MaPS CEO Caroline Siarkiewicz to step down in January 2024

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The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) has today announced that its CEO, Caroline Siarkiewicz, has confirmed to the Board that she will not be taking up a second term.

Caroline was appointed as CEO in January 2020 having been acting CEO since June 2019. She will step down at the end of January 2024 after four years leading the organisation through a period of significant change.

As CEO, Caroline led MaPS through the early integration of the three separate organisations Money Advice Service (MAS), The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and Pension Wise.

Under her leadership, MaPS launched its new MoneyHelper consumer brand, published the first ever UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing, expanded the reach of MoneyHelper pensions guidance and Pension Wise services and helped more people access the life-changing benefits of expert debt advice.

Chair of MaPS, Sara Weller, said:

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Caroline for the commitment and leadership she has shown as Chief Executive. I look forward to taking forward our work together over the coming months.

“Caroline has been a big part of MaPS’ story since the beginning but MaPS is still a young organisation with a huge amount of potential, and we are now moving into the next phase building on all the hard work Caroline and her team have done over the past four years.”

MaPS Chief Executive, Caroline Siarkiewicz, said:

“My time as Chief Executive of the Money and Pensions Service has been truly inspiring and very rewarding. I am incredibly proud of my colleagues and the passion and enthusiasm they show every day in the work we have delivered.

“It has been a huge privilege to work with so many dedicated and experienced colleagues from many organisations across the sectors and together we have made a difference to so many people’s lives.”

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