The U.K. minister for pensions and financial inclusion, Guy Opperman, survived a reshuffle of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Cabinet.
Mr. Opperman confirmed Sunday that he was reappointed, in a Twitter post from his personal account.
The Department for Work and Pensions also confirmed Monday the choice of Mr. Opperman in a separate tweet, noting that alongside him, Therese Coffey remained secretary of state for work and pensions at the DWP.
Mr. Opperman was first appointed as minister, or parliamentary undersecretary of state, at the DWP on June 14, 2017.
The U.K. minister for pensions is responsible for the state pension, and private and workplace retirement plans, and oversees organizations such as The Pensions Regulator and the £36 billion ($49.4 billion) Pension Protection Fund, London, a lifeboat fund for defined benefit funds of insolvent companies.