Pension Protection Fund
The Pension Protection Fund is a statutory body established by the Pensions Protection Act of 2004 in order to protect members if their pension fund becomes insolvent. In that time nearly one thousand pension schemes have been transferred to the PPF which has paid out over £2.7 billion in compensation. Strong and effective relationships with key government departments, in particular HM Treasury and No. 10, are crucial for the PPF. In 2015, Ellwood Atfield partnered with the PPF to find a new Public Affairs Manager, Malcom Morton.