John Chilman will retire as CEO of Railpen, London, in 2025, after six years in the role, according to a news release.
Railpen is the in-house manager of the £34 billion ($43 billion) Railways Pension Scheme.
Chilman joined the Railpen trustee board in 2007, chaired the investment committee from 2010 to 2014 and then became chair of the trustees from 2014 to 2019, before moving into the CEO role.
"I've enormous pride in what we have achieved together at Railpen in recent years. Highlights for me include defining a clear purpose that has galvanized the diverse operations across Railpen, the very strong funding position delivered, and the improvements made to the day-to-day support we provide members and pensioners," Chilman said in the news release.
Chilman also is chair of the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association Board, and chair of the defined benefit investment and funding committees at Nestle. He will remain in these roles.
No CEO successor at Railpen has been confirmed at this time.