XPS Pensions Group appoints four partners

Partner promotions come as part of 160 promotions at XPS across the UK

Jonathan Stapleton
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Clockwise from top left: Vicki Hayter, Simon Reddish, Sameena Malik and Ash Williams
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Clockwise from top left: Vicki Hayter, Simon Reddish, Sameena Malik and Ash Williams

XPS Pensions Group has promoted four new partners across its risk settlement, corporate advisory and trustee governance services businesses as well as its facilities and procurement functions.

The new partners are Vicki Hayter, Sameena Malik, Simon Reddish and Ash Williams.

Vicki Hayter is the consultant's head of trustee governance services and leads a team of 40 consultants nationwide.

Sameena Malik leads XPS Pensions Group's facilities management and procurement function, managing the firm's property portfolio across 16 locations and key supplier relationships.

Simon Reddish heads up the consultant's corporate pensions accounting team and accounting service development.

Ash Williams is a risk settlement advisor who led on over £1bn of transactions in the insurance market in 2021. He is also responsible for the firm's small scheme buyout solution for sub-£100m transactions.

These appointments became effective in April 2022.

XPS Pensions Group co-chief executive Ben Bramhall said: "We are delighted to announce these latest promotions to partner, part of over 160 promotions across the UK. They demonstrate the firm's continued strong growth and reflect our commitment to investing in our people and services."

Read about more industry hires on PP's People Moves blog

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