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New senior manager for Cayman Islands Chamber Pension Plan

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George Town, Grand Cayman; 06 March 2018

Cayman’s not-for-profit pension plan administrator, Chamber Pension Plan welcomes its new Senior Manager of Pensions, Saskia Stevenson.

No stranger to the organisation, Ms Stevenson has spent the last 12 years involved with Chamber Pension’s administration. Prior to this, pursued her primary and secondary education in Columbia, South Carolina before she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at the International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI) in 2013.

She is now responsible for overseeing all day-to-day activities of the Plan, as she takes on her new role following the retirement of Randall Fisher; previous Director of Operations.

“Randall spent four years as Chamber Pension’s Director of Operations, and we will miss him,” said Ms Stevenson. “We wish him all the best for a wonderful retirement, and we sincerely thank him for all of his hard work and fantastic knowledge here at Chamber Pension.”

Board of Trustees chairperson, Paul Schreiner, commented: “It is a fond farewell that we give to Randall, and a very warm welcome to Saskia. Randy was a valuable asset over the last three years, and the Board has sincerest gratitude for his hard work.”

Mr Schreiner continued: “We are also delighted to have Saskia’s strong educational background and in-depth pension knowledge.”

Ms Stevenson expressed that she was looking forward to working closely with the Board of Trustees: “I have worked with Chamber Pension since 2006, and I am eager to make meaningful contributions in my new role while staying true to Chamber Pension’s mission – to be a pension plan for the people, by the people.”

PHOTO CAPTION (left to right): Chamber Pension Plan’s new Senior Manager of Pensions, Saskia Stevenson, and Randall Fisher, previous Director of Operations at Chamber Pension Plan.


MEDIA ENQUIRIES: Please contact Sarah Tatum at 1-345-945-8188 or email [email protected].


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The Chamber Pension Plan was established in 1992 prior to the Cayman Islands Government implementing the National Pensions Law. The Plan is a non-profit pension plan, committed to providing independent governance, transparent operations and competitive, conservative risk-adjusted returns.



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