Willis Towers Watson, Aon Hewitt and Hymans Robertson have topped the lists of the most appointed actuaries and investment consultants in the Top 100 Pensions Schemes 2016. Read the full lists here...
Professional Pensions has teamed up with Pension Funds Online to produce a definitive listing of the largest 100 pension schemes in the UK.
A total of 73 schemes included data on actuarial advisers - with a total of nine advisers represented on top 100 schemes' actuarial panels.
It was noted that several of these schemes had multiple actuarial advisers. In total, however, Willis Towers Watson held a total of 26 appointments (34.2%); Aon Hewitt and Hymans Robertson each held 13 appointments (17.1% each); Mercer held 11 appointments (14.5%); Barnett Waddingham held six appointments (7.9%); the Government Actuary's Department held three appointments (3.9%); Punter Southall Transaction Services held two appointments (2.6%) and JLT Employee Benefits and PwC each held one appointment (1.3% each).
The most appointed actuarial consultants are as follows:
A total of 60 schemes included data on investment advisers.
For these schemes, the top investment advisers were: Willis Towers Watson, which held 22 appointments; Mercer, which held 14 appointments; Aon Hewitt, which held eight appointments; Hymans Robertson, which held seven appointments; Redington, which held five appointments; Cardano and Allenbridge Investment Solutions, each of which held three appointments; and Lane Clark & Peacock and Cambridge Associates, each of which held two appointments.
The most appointed investment consultants are as follows:
The data in these tables comes from Pension Funds Online as at 31st October 2016. Should you have any queries about any of the information contained in these pages, please contact Neil Blain at [email protected] To read Pension Funds Online in full, visit: http://www.pensionfundsonline.co.uk.
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