Shareholder Non-Executive Director (LPFA)
Chief Executive Officer LPP and LPPI
Shareholder Non-Executive Director (LCC)
Chief Financial Officer
Local Pensions Partnership
Sir Peter has more than 19 years’ knowledge and experience of working within the public sector. Sir Peter is currently the Chairman of New West End Company and was previously an advisor to Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, on regeneration, growth and enterprise at the Greater London Authority.
He is a former Chief Executive Officer of Westminster City Council, a former Non-Executive Director to Liberata and also former Chief Executive Officer of the London Development Agency. Prior to that, Sir Peter worked in the private sector as a Senior Executive in one of the leading national transport operators.
Chair of the LPP Investments Board
Sally is an actuary with pensions and investment experience both as an adviser and a trustee. She combines consultancy for Avida International with a number of complementary Non-Executive and advisory roles.
Sally is a Non-Executive Director at insurer Royal London and at Impax Asset Management plc. Until recently she was a trustee at the Lloyds Bank pension schemes and the Nuclear Liabilities Fund.
An Honorary Group Captain with 601 (County of London) Squadron of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Sally is also a trustee of the RAF Central Fund. Sally currently serves on the Royal Society’s Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) and chairs the Strategic Advisory Board of Loughborough University’s Centre for Mathematical Cognition.
In her Executive career, Sally served as the Chief Executive Officer of BP Pension Trustees Limited having previously spent twenty years with Aon Hewitt (originally Bacon & Woodrow) as a pensions consultant and in investment research and innovation.
In Professional Pensions’ inaugural Women in Pensions awards, Sally was named a Role Model of the Year 2018. She received the Worshipful Company of Actuaries’ Award of Honour in January 2020.
Terence is also a Member of the LPP and LPPI Remuneration and Nomination Committees
Terence Jagger started his career in industry, with Shell, American Express, Burmah Oil and Unigate; he has worked in the UK, Australia and Italy. After a Masters degree in Finance, he joined the civil service in 1995, where he worked in the MOD for 15 years until 2011; his roles included leading the QinetiQ privatisation, Director Financial Management, Command Secretary (Finance & HR Director, with policy & propriety responsibilities) to the RAF, and political advisor to the NATO commander in Afghanistan (2006-7). From 2011-2015, he was Chief Executive of Crown Agents, the international development company working in Africa and Asia, where he also was deputy Chairman of Crown Agents Bank and Crown Agents Investment Management.
He has previously served as a non-executive or trustee of the UK-Japan 21st Century Group, the Met Office, the Gloucestershire and the London Wildlife Trusts, and the London Library. As well as the Chair of the Board at Bath Spa University and of EUNIDA; most recently he was a member of ACOBA, and a director of the Single Source Regulations Office. He is currently Chair of the NMITE engineering institution in Hereford, a trustee of Tree Aid, and a director of the Marine Management organisation.
Executive Director on LPP and LPPI Boards, Chair of LPP and LPPI Executive Committees, Chair of the LPPI Investment Committee
Chris is the Chief Executive of Local Pensions Partnership Investments Ltd and LPP Group. In these roles Chris leads and oversees c.£20bn of pensions investments, and the administration of pensions for more than 600,000 members. Chris originally trained as an investment risk manager and is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst. Over a period of two decades he has managed a variety of investment portfolios/businesses as both a direct investor and an allocator of capital – forging partnerships with like-minded investors and asset managers. Chris also chairs a primary phase multi academy trust and holds non-executive director positions within the renewables and project finance sectors.
Alan is also a Member of the LPP and LPPI Remuneration and Nomination Committees
Councillor Schofield was elected to Lancashire County Council in May 2013 and re-elected in 2017. Prior to becoming a County Councillor, Alan held senior financial management posts in the Water Services industry at several locations, before moving to a local government career in 1992. He served in a metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester and then progressed upward at three local authorities in Cumbria and Lancashire, retiring in 2011. Alan is a life member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA).
At Lancashire, he is a member of the Pension Fund Committee (currently Deputy Chair); and participated from the outset in the high level working party deliberating on, and overseeing, the preparations and approval stages toward achieving the April 2016 establishment of LPP. Also at Lancashire County Council, Alan chairs the Audit, Risk and Governance Committee. Outside the county council, Alan is the LCC appointed governor on a primary and a high school governing board, a Trustee Director of a Citizens Advice Bureau and a Parish Councillor.
Adrian joined LPP in November 2018. With over 30 years of financial services experience, mainly in the asset and wealth management sectors, Adrian has worked at Barclays Capital, JP Morgan Asset Management and Fidelity. Adrian’s recent roles include Finance Director UK at Edmond de Rothschild, Partner and Finance Director at Killik & Co, and CFO at Sarasin & Partners.
Adrian qualified as a chartered accountant while at KPMG and is a fellow of the ICAEW. He graduated from Exeter University with a BA (comb hons) degree in Economics and Statistics.