Local Pension Board Information
Our Local Pension Board is responsible for assisting the Pensions Committee to ensure the effective and efficient governance and administration of the Fund and to comply with legislation and with any requirement imposed by The Pensions Regulator.
The Board has eight members.
There are four representatives of the employers in the Fund. One is nominated by South Tyneside Council and the other employers in the Fund nominate the remaining three representatives.
The trades unions nominate four representatives to represent the interests of the Fund's members.
|Governance Statement[pdf - 246kb]||Details of the Governance arrangements for the Local Pension Board|
|Core Functions[pdf - 121kb]||Details of the core functions of the Local Pension Board|
|Employer representation letters[pdf - 101kb]||Letters to all employers to seek representatives for the Local Pension Board|
|Trade Union representation letters[pdf - 100kb]||Letters to all trade unions to seek representatives for the Local Pension Board|
|Membership of Board[pdf - 53kb]||Membership, who each member represents, and responsibilities of individual Board members|
|Agendas and white papers for Local Pension Board||Agendas and white papers for Local Pension Board meetings|
|Minutes of Local Pension Board meetings||Minutes for Local Pension Board meetings|
|Annual Reports||Annual Reports for Local Pension Board|
|Guide to Pension Boards||A Quick Guide to Public Service Pension Boards as produced by the Pensions Regulator|
|Guide to Pension Board Members||A Quick Guide for Public Service Pension Board Members as produced by the Pensions Regulator|
|Guidance on Local Boards||Guidance on Local Boards as published by the Shadow Scheme Advisory Board, dated 4 February 2015|
|Training policy for Pensions Committee and the Local Pension Board[pdf - 76kb]||Details the plans for ensuring all Committee members and Local Pension Board members receive appropriate training for their role|