TISA - Tax Incentivised Savings Association - Board Member

Gregg McClymont (B&CE)

Gregg McClymont (B&CE) - Non-Executive Director

Dr Gregg McClymont Precis Gregg McClymont joined B&CE as Director of Policy and External Affairs at the end of July 2018. Previously Head of Retirement at Aberdeen Standard Investments for three years, Gregg is a former MP, Shadow Minister of State for Pensions, and a member of the Prime Ministers Further Devolution to Scotland Commission. His first career was as an academic historian at St Hughs College, Oxford, where he held a Fellowship. Gregg is the co-author of two volumes on global pension system designs Towards a new pensions settlement: the international experience Vols I & II (Rowman and Littlefield, 2016, 2018) as well as two more volumes on UK system design Pensions at Work that Work (2013) and Pensions People Can Trust (2012). Gregg chairs Pensions Quality Mark (PQM) Ltd, is a Deputy Chair of the FCAs Institutional Disclosure Working Group (IDWG), and was the recipient of the Financial News top 40 under 40 asset managers award in 2015. Gregg is a Visiting Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford and holds degrees from the University of Glasgow, Pennsylvania, and Oxford.

Employment
 
-B&CE Policy and External Affairs Director 2018 - to date
-Aberdeen Standard Investments, Head of Retirement 2015-18
-MP, Shadow Pensions Minister, Commissioner on Further Devolution to Scotland, Opposition Whip, member of Business, Innovation, Skills (BIS) Select Committee 2007-10
-St Hughs College Oxford, Fellow and Member of Governing Body 2003-6
-UK Government, Secretary of States Speechwriter

Current Fellowships, Non-Execs, Advisory

Nuffield College, Oxford
PQM Ltd
FCA IDWG
Institute Chartered Accountants Scotland (ICAS) Pensions Technical Committee University of Bristols Thatchers Pensions Reforms historical project
Degrees 2007 MA (Oxon) 2006 DPhil (Oxon) 1999 MA (Penn) 1997 MA Hons (Glasgow) 1st Class

Professional awards
2004 Marquis of Lothian Scholarship in History, Oxford
1999 Major Scottish Studentship in History, HMG
1998 Thouron Scholarship of the University of Pennsylvania
1997 Thom Annual Prize for Economic & Social History, Glasgow University

Selected pensions publications
Towards a New Pensions Settlement: the international experience Vols. I & II (London, 2016/18) Avoiding lemons: The UK workplace pensions challenge in Towards a new age: The future of the UK welfare state (London, 2016) Pensions at Work that Work: Completing the Unfinished Pensions Revolution (London, 2013)