In this blog, Sam Jenkins, pensions actuary in our de-risking team and our independent team at LCP researching consolidators, provides an introduction to this new market, as well as an overview of the two consolidators currently in the market.
I have significant experience at LCP working across a wide range of practice areas, advising both corporate and trustee clients.
I have a particular specialism in our de-risking practice, where I have a proven track record of managing complex processes to completion.
I have been closely following the progress of IORPII into EU law, and advising clients on the governance, risk management and other implications for their UK pension schemes.
LCP provided a master class of project management. We had full confidence that we were in safe hands to complete the pensioner buy-in successfully in an efficient manner.
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.
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