The IOPS operates by Committees: an Executive Committee and a Technical Committee. In addition to the Committee meetings, regional and annual meetings are held.

Executive Committee
The Executive Committee has all the powers necessary to achieve the objectives and purposes of the Organisation, including the appointing of Chairpersons and Vice-Chairpersons, the consideration of membership applications and the setting of membership fees, the oversight of the Secretariat and the establishing of agenda for the Annual General Meeting and Conferences. The Committee prepares the biannual Programme of Work, the Annual Budget and the Annual Report of the Organisation, and is the main liaison body with other international organisations.

Members: Australia; Austria; Botswana; Chile; China, Egypt; Hungary; Hong Kong, India; Italy; Kenya; Maldives; Romania; South Africa; Turkey; Uganda

Please note that the following jurisdictions participate in the Executive Committee as ex officio members:

Kenya as IOPS President, and Chair of the Executive Committee
Chile as IOPS Vice-President
Hong Kong, China as Chair of the Technical Committee
Australia as IOPS Treasurer and Vice-Chair of the Technical Committee

 

President: Dr. Edward Odundo, Kenya
Vice President: Dr. Olga Fuentes, Chile
Treasurer: Mr. Stephen Glenfield, Australia

     
Technical Committee

The Technical Committee participates in and conducts the development of principles, standards and good practices on pension supervisory issues and on regulatory issues related to pension supervision. The Technical Committee develops the Programme of Work of the Organisation, which it recommends to the Executive Committee, and well as serving as a forum to discuss, develop and analyse matters related to pension supervision that are of interest to the membership.

Participation in the Technical Committee meetings is open to all IOPS members.

 

Chair: Mr. Darren McShane, Hong Kong, China
Vice Chair: Mr. Stephen Glenfield, Australia

     
Secretariat

The IOPS Secretariat is hosted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), according to the IOPS/OECD partnership agreement.

  Secretary General: Mr. André Laboul, OECD