The Cushon Master Trust is a trustee-governed workplace pension authorised by the Pensions Regulator. It was previously known as the Salvus Master Trust and was launched in 2012.
Barry Parr is an independent trustee with over 20 years of experience of a number of pension schemes and other master trusts. He is also a Trustee for a Community Land Trust providing affordable housing. Barry was a founder of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees and its Co-Chair for its first 6 years. He is a current member of the DC Asset Security industry group. Barry was accredited as a Professional Trustee (PT PMI Accred) in July 2020 and he attained the Award in Pension Trusteeship (PMI - APT - DC) in 2011.
Dianne Day is a Client Director at Independent Trustee Services Ltd (ITS). She joined ITS in 2015, specialising in defined contribution (DC) schemes. Dianne holds the PMI Certificate in DC Governance and is an accredited professional pension trustee. Her trustee experience spans DC master trusts, single employer schemes and sole trustee roles. Dianne applies over 30 years’ experience in investment management and member communications to the good governance of members’ pension benefits.
Roger is the chairman of the trustees of Salvus Master Trust. He holds a number of trusteeships, and is chair of trustees of two other master Trusts. He is a Past President of the Society of Pension Professionals, a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and has been a member of various industry groups, including the Pensions Regulator's Stakeholder Advisory Panel and more recently as Chair of the Pensions & Lifetime Savings Association's Multi-employer Defined Benefit Committee.
Andrew is a proven board level operator who brings expertise in pensions regulation, the governance, and operations of occupational pension schemes, and directing their investment strategies. He is well-known industry figure through his role as Executive Director for Regulatory Policy at the Pensions Regulator, where he was responsible for formulating TPR’s regulatory policies. Andrew brings an unusually wide range of commercial and not for profit, senior management, and technical pensions and investment expertise to his roles. He has a passion for pensions, sees problems from the perspective of members, trustees, sponsors, and the Regulator, and has a down to earth, pragmatic, and collegiate approach to his work. He is an affiliate Member of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and an Accredited Member of the Association of Professional Pension Trustees. He currently chairs the Trustee board of the Scottish Widows Master Trust and has previously chaired the hybrid Mencap Pension Plan.