Appointments update 15 June

Written by Talya Misiri

PLSA has appointed Caroline Escott as defined benefit and investment policy lead.

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association has hired Escott as DB and investment policy lead, reporting into PLSA head of governance and investment Joe Dabrowski. Escott will lead the Association’s investment related public policy, research and publication work. Before joining the PLSA, she worked as a senior policy advisor at the Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association and has also served at Hume Brophy, the UK Sustainable Investment & Finance Association and as a parliamentary researcher.

LEBC Group has appointed Todd Rowlands as head of risk and reward consulting.

Rowlands will be responsible for LEBC’s consultancy services across the spectrum of employee benefits including group risk, flexible benefits, healthcare and wellbeing and work place pensions and he will also join the LEBC senior management team. Rowlands has more than 18 years’ experience within wealth management and employee benefits. He joins from Arthur J Gallagher where he was National Consulting Director. Before this he worked at Baker Tilly LLP & RSM Tenon.

Kempen Capital Management has hired Guy Beech as director of business development family offices.

Beech will work in Kempen’s family office business to lead the firm’s drive into the UK family office segment. In the new role, Beech will join a team of 20 London based investment professionals. He has an extensive experience, working in the asset management industry over the last 30 years. Beech has held senior positions at Threadneedle, Henderson and Stamford Associateswhere he focused on selling investment strategies as well as investment solutions.

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