UK - PSolve, the new Punter Southall financial consultancy, has won the mandate to advise on the review of investment strategy at The Electricity Association Services Group (EAS Group).
The EAS Group, which is a member of the Electricity Supply Pension Scheme, has pensions assets worth £165m and a total of 1,325 scheme members. As part of the appointment, PSolve has been tasked with conducting a full review of the EAS Group’s investment arrangements as well as providing ongoing monitoring services.
Robbie Bowker, senior consultant and business manager at PSolve, said: We pride ourselves on our holistic approach and obtain a full understanding of the liabilities that drive a client’s investment policy. We want to make sure that the right questions are being asked before we determine the solution. We are delighted that the EAS Group has responded to our approach and we look forward to working closely with them in the future.
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