This year Pathfinder International saw the launch of the magazine’s inaugural guide to the “Most Influential People In The Military Community 2019”.
The list showcases those deemed to have influence, be it via their day to day role, appointment or going above their duties, in the armed forces sector.
Pathfinder editor, Mal Robinson added in his introduction to the supplement:
“Our list of people and companies for that matter covers a range of sectors and roles including business leaders in resettlement, politicians, military top brass and those we consider to be in the public eye who have built an audience of which to inspire and influence. Many people make it onto the list on the basis of their day to day roles, yet some go above this and have the military community at the top of their agenda beyond the typical working day. By dubbing the list as the “military community” this enables us to cover literally anything within the armed forces sector from cadets to serving personnel, to veterans, families, industry and beyond. To be included in the list, people or companies need to be doing something we consider to be affecting change or highlighting the forces cause in one way or another, ranging from resettlement to security of the country. “
Our Chief Executive, Neil Marshall said:
”Delighted to appear on Pathfinder’s Most Influential People in the Military Community List 2019; the pensions environment has never been more complex or the need for service personnel and veterans to understand their entitlements and choices more acute. The Forces Pension Society (FPS) is your independent, not for profit organisation that acts as YOUR pension watchdog; we exist to Advise, Campaign and Educate. No matter who leads the FPS, we plan to remain influential and a force for good for years to come!”
The list comes in 3 parts:
Read for January (turn to page 21)
Read for February (turn to page 21)
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