Appointments update - 21 February 2024

TPT Retirement Solutions has named Adam Tudor as head of DC distribution.

Tudor will play a pivotal role in the launch of TPT Retirement Solutions’ new DC proposition. In his previous role, which he held for five years, he was head of business development at Smart Pension. Prior to that, he was a business development manager at Now Pensions and HSBC. Reporting to TPT Retirement Solutions commercial director, Nicholas Clapp, he will be responsible for the development of TPT Retirement Solutions’ DC sales strategy. Commenting on the appointment, Clapp said: “We are pleased to welcome Adam to our DC distribution team. His experience across workplace pensions and with a range of stakeholders, including IFAs, will be key in widening TPT’s reach and in attracting new DC schemes to our business.”

The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has promoted Lucy Collett to the role of operations director.

Collett was previously board executive at the association for eight years. Prior to this, her industry roles included DC oversight manager and administration manager. PASA chair, Kim Gubler, explained: “PASA has grown in size and influence since its inception in 2011. Lucy’s new role is key as we continue to grow as an organisation. There are many moving pieces and it’s imperative PASA’s voice and message is consistent, clear, and strong both internally and externally. Through her management and coordination of our multidisciplinary committees and working groups, we will be able to better deliver on our central objective of improving people’s retirement outcomes through raising administration standards across the pensions industry.”

Zedra has promoted Matt Riley and Matt Race-Pridding to senior client manager.

Riley joined the company in 2008 and has 25 years’ experience in pensions and investments. He previously held roles at Mercer, Equiniti Hazell Carr and Prudential. Race-Pridding joined the company in 2015 and has 17 years of experience in pensions and investments. Prior to joining Zedra, he held positions at Mercer and Capita Hartshead. Both appointments took effect at the beginning of 2024. Zedra Governance managing director, Kim Nash, said: “I congratulate both for achieving this significant milestone in their careers.”



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