Adrian Boulding will join technology provider Dunstan Thomas on leaving his current post as pensions strategy director for Legal and General in August.
It is understood that Mr Boulding will spend two or three days a week on his work as principal consultant for Dunstan Thomas and combine this with his other new role, as policy strategy director at Tisa.
Mr Boulding’s work for Dunstan Thomas will be focused on its product offerings in the wake of April’s pension reforms, while his involvement with Tisa will involve championing the organisation’s input on savings and investment issues.
When asked about joining Tisa, Mr Boulding said: “There is a desperate need for working people in the UK to be saving more, and the big thing which has attracted me to Tisa is that this industry association has brought together people from across the whole industry spectrum that recognise this need and are keen to do something about it.”
Mr Boulding had been with L&G for approximately 18 years. Other work includes his role as chairman of the defined contribution benchmark Pension Quality Mark.
Philip Stevenson, chartered financial planner for Cheshire-based Ark Financial Planning, said: “Adrian Boulding could be of more use at L&G, so I do not necessarily think this is a great move.”