UK - Ernst & Young has appointed John Shipp as a senior manager to lead its dedicated pensions group on the south coast.
Shipp has spent over 15 years working in the pensions industry, advising schemes on accounting and assurance issues.
He has worked with trustees of both large and small schemes, presented at courses and conferences, including training for OPRA, and has been a pension scheme trustee himself.
Ernst & Young partner in charge of the pensions practice Peter O’Neill said: “I am extremely pleased to have someone of John’s experience in the team and I welcome him on board.
“John’s appointment demonstrates our commitment to the pensions sector and strengthens our ability to deliver top quality advice to our pensions clients.”
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