Phil Pluck, FCSA Chief Executive

Phil Pluck FCSA Chief ExecutivePhil Pluck is Chief Executive of the Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA), the market-leading membership body for umbrella employers, contractor accountants and CIS payroll service providers that specialise in supporting the contingent workforce.  He took up his role in July 2020, bringing with him considerable experience in leading professional membership organisations.

As FCSA Chief Executive, has had a pivotal role in shaping future compliance in the sector having been invited to sit on HMRC’s IR35 Forum, the APSCOR advisory group, and as an advisor on the All Parliamentary Party Group on Loan Charges.

Prior to joining FCSA, he was the Group CEO of another professional membership body, the Glass and Glazing Federation and its commercial companies as well as the Managing Director of the Royal Town Planning Institute. At both organisations, he led on engagement with the government influencing a number of legislative and policy changes. In addition, he implemented robust membership quality and accreditation routes which went on to create both greater assurance and engagement with the public and key stakeholders in sectors that carried legacy, reputational issues.

He was also a director of the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service where he implemented accessible routes to advice and guidance for members of the public and supported a number of businesses to implement best practice. He went on to advise the government at ministerial level and influence employment legislation.


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Contact Phil for interview or commentary


As the FCSA’s spokesperson, Phil can talk about the work of the association and give comment and interviews on a wide range of sector issues.


To arrange an interview, please contact the FCSA press office on email

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