The Pensions Board is a representative Body, with a chairperson and sixteen ordinary members. While all its members are appointed by the Minister for Social Protection, under the provisions of the Pensions Act, the Board must comprise representatives nominated by trade unions, employers, the Government, the pensions industry, member trustees and professional groups involved with occupational pension schemes. The term of office for Board members is five years.
The Minister for Social Protection announced the appointment of the members of The Pensions Board who took up office from 22 December 2010 for 5 years.
A list of the Board members and the Board's Strategy 2011 - 2015 is provided in related documents.