The Judicial Pension Board (JPB) is responsible for helping the Lord Chancellor to manage and govern the Judicial Pension Schemes (JPS).
The JPS are administered by Punter Southall but managed by the Lord Chancellor.
The Judicial Pension Board (JPB) assists the Lord Chancellor with:
- ensuring the JPS comply with the regulations
- securing compliance with the requirements of the Pensions Regulator
- considering appeals and complaints, and making recommendations under the second stage of the Internal
Dispute Resolution Procedure
The JPB can also advise the Lord Chancellor on some of his discretionary powers under the regulations.
The JPB is made up of an Independent Chair, equal numbers of Employer and Member Representatives, and up to 3 Independent Members.
The Independent Chair is appointed by the Lord Chancellor following consultation with the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, the Lord President in Scotland and the Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland.
Employer and Member Representatives are appointed by the Independent Chair, with the approval of the Lord Chancellor and the Heads of Jurisdiction for the judiciary.
Independent JPB members are selected through the public appointment process.
- Jill Youds
Independent Board Members
- Russell Agius
- Susan Andrews
- Ellen Kelleher
- His Honour Judge David John Cooke
- The Honourable Mr Justice Nicholas Green
- Employment Judge Elizabeth Heap
- His Honour Judge Geoffrey Miller QC
- Jason Latham, Deputy Director, Tribunals, HM Courts & Tribunals Service
- Peter Luney, Acting CEO, Northern Ireland Courts & Tribunals
- Caroline Patterson, Deputy Director, Corporate Finance, Ministry of Justice
- Sarah Wallace, Deputy Director, Finance, HM Courts & Tribunals Service
Terms of reference
HMRC Annual Allowance calculator
Queries about the schemes
Queries about the board
Judicial Pension Scheme Advisory Board
The Judicial Pension Scheme Advisory Board is responsible for providing advice to the Lord Chancellor (at his request) on possible changes to the JPS.
It has the same membership as the Judicial Pension Board (JPB).
The Scheme Advisory Board has met to agree its Terms of Reference and to consider scheme funding.