Hargreaves Lansdown has appointed Stephen Lefley as head of corporate solutions to beef up its pensions proposition.
Having joined at the end of May, he will report to director Ian Hunter and steer an arm of the business which works with more than 500 employers including more than a third of the FTSE 100.
Lefley joins from Zurich where he worked for a decade and helped grow the defined contribution (DC) assets into a multi-billion pound business. At the company he was head of corporate distribution and latterly growth and relationships.
Before that he worked for Standard Life and helped meet the needs of clients such as large corporates, trustees, scheme sponsors and employee benefit consultancies.
Hargreaves Lansdown chief executive officer Chris Hill said: "People need help to get there, and that means providing them with the right information, in the right way and at the right time.
Lefley added: "We have ambitious plans at what is an exciting time for the business."
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