UK - Children's charity NCH has appointed Hymans Robertson to provide actuarial and consultancy services to its superannuation fund.
Nick Wood, pensions manager at NCH, said: “We were impressed by the commitment shown by Hymans Robertson to understand our business. NCH trustee directors believe that they will provide the expertise, innovation and high quality of service essential in helping the fund address today’s challenging pension environment.”
The decision followed an internal review by the fund and a tendering process.
Commenting on the win, Gail Paterson, partner at Hymans Robertson, said: “We feel that our approach of ‘working in partnership’ fits extremely well with the ethos of the fund and the charity. We also believe our strong knowledge and experience within the public sector will also bring a benefit to the fund.”
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