Posted by BranWell Ford

Our client offers a variety of services, including professional trustee services to occupational pension schemes. Due to expansion we are seeking an Independent Trustee to work alongside Trustee Directors, ensuring governance to the Trustee Boards are upheld.

The work will be varied and see you attending meetings, work with both sponsors and Trustees, regulators and advisers to ensure schemes are properly managed. You will assist with schemes going through sponsoring company changes and financial difficulties and there will a bias towards schemes in run off.

This is a client facing role, where you will help drive the business, attend meetings, run scheme diaries and draft and negotiate fee agreements, whilst working on a chargeable hours basis. You will also be involved in attending new business pitches.

This position will suit someone who is self-motivated, able to assist others in the team in a role which will give autonomy. We are seeking an independent Trustee ideally from a consulting, actuarial, investment or pension legal background and we are seeking someone with at least 5 years senior experience in DB/DC Pensions, who can demonstrate good UK pensions’ legislative experience including discontinuance and an understanding of the PPF processes. You will have professional qualifications ideally APMI, ACII, FIA or equivalent and be confident in leading a Trustee Group or Board and paying attention to members pension provision and working with the Scheme Rules to protect and secure scheme assets.
The role can be considered on a full or part time basis, with home working and career path to Directorship.
Posted: 21/09/2020
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