Appointments update 14 November 2019

Aegon UK has appointed Antonia Balaamas client director for workplace.

Balaam is a qualified actuary and joins the team with 22 years of experience in the pensions industry. Prior to joining the Aegon UK team Balaam acted as senior DC consultant at First Actuarial, she has also held various positions at Willis Towers Watson and Aon Hewitt. Balaam will report to Nicky Benstead, Aegon head of client relations for workplace Nicky Benstead, and will be focusing on client relationships and supporting new business.

B&CE has appointed Sue Hunter as chief financial officer of the master trust.

Hunter joins from the Legal and General Group, where she worked across a variety of finance director roles in the savings, corporate and business performance divisions. Having joined on 12 November, she will take responsibility for the company’s future financial strategy.

PTL has announced the appointment of Britt Hoffmann-Jones as head of proposition development.

The appointment represents PTL’s first dedicated head of proposition development. Hoffman-Jones has returned to the pensions industry following a career break to start a family, previously she was head of UK defined contribution pensions at the River and Mercantile group. She will be working across both defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes with the firm.

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