Working in a multi-disciplined team, you will manage an established portfolio of clients, many UK Household names which are all DB Clients. You will provide services to the Trustee Board and Sub Committee's for your clients where you will guide clients through complex legislative changes, scheme design and management, employee engagement, investment beauty parades and work with the actuary and TPAs on service provision and negotiate fees. The key skill sets will be in DB Trust based pensions, working with the Chair of the Trustees to set the agenda, lead meetings, ensure action points are managed, report on investment performance, manage and monitor all areas of Governance. There is support within the team for day to day work, as well as support from your manager on complex matters. WE are seeking a relationship builder who is commercially minded, and ideally professional qualifications to include APMI/ACII or similar. This career advancing position for a DB Consultant is a career move as you will be a creative solution pensions expert able to demonstrate relationship building and good communication skills with clients. The superb compensation includes a negotiable salary subject to experience, flexible benefits, employee engagement, continued support for qualifications, death benefits, bonus, season ticket loan, retail vouchers, reduce gym membership costs, good insurance terms.
Posted: 11/02/2019
London, Suffolk, Bristol
Job type
£45,000 to £65,000 pa
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