In this blog, Jonathan Wolff discusses what moving into a consolidator means for employer covenant.
I joined LCP to head up its Covenant Services practice in early 2016. I have consulted in this area for over ten years and have gained considerable experience of providing a full range of covenant advice to both trustees and corporate clients alike.
In 2013, I completed a six month secondment to the Pensions Regulator as a Business Analyst, which I found invaluable in enabling me to provide regulatory insights to clients following my return to a professional advisory role.
I am a Chartered Accountant, having qualified with the ICAEW in 2005, and prior to focusing on covenant services I worked in corporate restructuring.
I’ve been particularly struck by Jon’s personable nature and ability to talk like a normal person. He's clear on what is needed, patient in his explanations and does what he says he will.
Our latest thinking
In this podcast, you will hear Jon Wolff, partner and head of our covenant advisory team, Gordon Watchorn, partner and actuary in our corporate consulting team and Sam Jenkins, senior consultant and actuary in our pensions de-risking team (both of whom are part of the independent team at LCP researching consolidators) discuss around the table the latest thinking concerning DB consolidators from a corporate perspective.
LCP has promoted ten of its staff to Partner as the partnership and business continues to grow.6 April 2017
LCP has welcomed Jon Wolff as Head of Covenant Services during a time of important growth for covenant within the industry.31 March 2016
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