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Pope Anderson pays tribute to Peter Kerr

The actuarial and consultancy firm - which rebranded to Pope Anderson in December 2007 - was established by Kerr in 1992 after he worked at Punter Southall Kerr, Mercer, Duncan C ... 3. He worked with partners Paul Anderson and Ian Pope at the business, which has offices in Sheffield and London, before his retirement. Pope Anderson said in a statement ...

Professional Pensions | 16 Sep 2009 | 10:48 | To read this article you must be a subsriber


Firm renames

... ago. Partners Ian Pope and Paul Anderson will take over management of the firm following the retirement of founding partner Peter Kerr. Anderson said: “Unfortunately, Peter ... actuarial valuation centre based in our Sheffield office.” ... Actuarial and consultancy firm Kerr & Company has been renamed Pope Anderson Actuaries and Consultants ...

Professional Pensions | 06 Feb 2008 | 00:00 | To read this article you must be a subsriber

Broadstone buys Blythwood

This comes after the consultancy bought Pope Anderson and UBS Corporate Pensions over the last year (PP Online, 4 December 2012). When the deal is completed Broadstone will employ 220 people across eight UK locations. Broadstone chief executive Mark Howlett said: "The acquisition of Blythwood is a further step in our ambitious growth strategy ...

Professional Pensions | 12 Dec 2013 | 10:48 | To read this article you must be a subsriber


W&FC Bonham & Sons scheme completes FAS entry

... committed to a buyout but became eligible for FAS when the criteria permitting entry to under-funded schemes where the sponsor had not suffered an insolvency event. Actuary and consultant Pope Anderson worked with the scheme to get it ready for the FAS valuation within 20 months of becoming eligible under FAS 2. This also included equalising the scheme's ...

Professional Pensions | 16 Feb 2011 | 11:37 | To read this article you must be a subsriber


Arnold Laver off loads £43m liabilities with PIC buyout

... seemingly intractable issue with the use of an innovative approach to the timing of payments." The trustees were advised by Cobbetts, Mitchell Consulting and Pope Anderson, while the company was advised by PricewaterhouseCoopers.       ... Timber merchant Arnold Laver has addressed its £43m pension scheme liabilities by undertaking a buyout ...

Professional Pensions | 30 Sep 2010 | 12:06 | To read this article you must be a subsriber

Bulk Annuities, DB Buyouts

Martineau Johnson builds up pensions team

Pope joins the Birmingham and London law firm from Pinsent Curtis Biddle – formerly Andersen Legal – where she worked for over six years. In addition, Pope has over 25 years ... us to strengthen our team. Pope is experienced in all the legal aspects of pensions and we expect to be recruiting further team members in the near future.” ... UK - Louise Pope ...

Global Pensions | 16 Oct 2002 | 01:00

United Kingdom

Marineau Johnson bolsters pensions team

Delderfield moves from Eversheds where he was an assistant solicitor. Pope previously worked at Pinsent Biddle as an associate. Head of the pensions team Simon Laight said ... speaker at seminars and conferences.” ... UK - Law firm Marineau Johnson has expanded its pensions team with the appointments of Gary Delderfield and Louise Pope as associates ...

Global Pensions | 28 Nov 2002 | 00:00

United Kingdom

Two BA trustee rebels return to the board

Retired captain Cliff Pocock (pictured) and Graham Tomlin both stood for re-election and have been brought back to the trustee board by overwhelming majorities. The third ... Paul Douglas 7,080 Graham Tomlin 7,064 Caroline Gill 1,405 Alan Pope 1,236 Ian Heath 973 Aidan Brown 942 Ian Heath 973 Aidan Brown 942 ...

Professional Pensions | 08 Aug 2011 | 12:59 | To read this article you must be a subsriber

Defined Benefit

Deloitte hires Mercer as full service admin provider

The appointment relates to both Deloitte’s defined benefit and defined contribution schemes – which have a membership of around 17,000 and assets of around £750m. Mercer principal Jason Pope said: "We are delighted to have secured this major contract following an extremely robust tender process. "We believe our expertise and status in the industry ...

Professional Pensions | 05 Aug 2008 | 11:09 | To read this article you must be a subsriber

Admin / Technology

NZ First calls for overseas pensions’ portability review

The party released a policy paper highlighting the inequalities in the current legislation as well as proposed solutions. NZ First believes the problem lies part of the Social ... New Zealand super. In response to Stewart’s pressure, social development minister David Benson Pope said he and Cullen were actively discussing the matter. Stewart explained ...

Global Pensions | 28 Jun 2006 | 01:00

New Zealand

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