Since it was founded in 1989 with just 20 people, Barnett Waddingham has grown significantly - and is now one of the leading pensions and investment consultancies in the UK, with a headcount of over 1,000 (including 70 partners and 121 associates) and offices in eight locations around the country.
The firm acts for a wide range of clients, large and small, in both the private and public sectors including 15% of FTSE 350 firms with a defined benefit (DB) scheme.
PP has analysed the accounts of the biggest pension consulting firms and recorded the turnover (revenue) in their most recent accounts. The full leaderboard is below…
Pension schemes that have not hedged their liabilities could face funding issues as long-dated bond yields have plummeted, industry experts have warned.
More women are working in the industry but there is still a way to go, particularly at the senior level. In this roundtable, panellists discuss how to achieve a better gender balance
Driven by an increase in corporate bond yields and the continuing payment of deficit contributions, 2018 was a positive year for the disclosed financial position of the FTSE 350's defined benefit (DB) schemes, with the aggregate deficit decreasing from...
Putting together a pension fund can be tricky to tackle, whether you have just set foot into the world of work, or have been working for years and are approaching retirement. Emily McKinnon looks at effective ways of saving for retirement.
Barnett Waddingham's advisory service for fiduciary management has a new name and leader as part of the consultancy's plans to evolve the offering.
Barnett Waddingham's Chris Burtenshaw was the winner of the PMI's inaugural student essay competition. In his paper, he sets out his ideas as to how schemes can reduce the broader administration and communication risks they face.
Corporates must place greater emphasis on their schemes' endgame target, says Barnett Waddingham.
This week's top stories included The Pensions Regulator launching a consultation on the future of trusteeship.
The journey to endgame for defined benefit (DB) schemes can be just as important on focusing on long-term funding targets, according to Lane Clark and Peacock (LCP).
Over half (55%) of FTSE 100 defined benefit (DB) schemes could buyout with an insurer within the next 10 years, according to Barnett Waddingham.
Winmark and Barnett Waddingham have released the PensionChair Remuneration Report 2019. Kim Kaveh looks at the key trends.
Barnett Waddingham has appointed seven partners and promoted 28 of its employees to associate level from 1 June as part of its continued growth.
Here they are - the winners of the UK Pensions Awards 2019...
Employers who breach their automatic enrolment (AE) pension duties will be targeted with short-notice inspections by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
The last of 38 master trusts expected to apply for authorisation have now submitted their applications to The Pensions Regulator (TPR), its latest update reveals.
Malcolm Mclean says although he initially supported Freedom and Choice, he is now less certain it was such a good idea given the consequences for the consumer
TPT Retirement Solutions has transferred members from the £30m Hinckley & Rugby Building Society's defined benefit (DB) pension scheme.
A Barnett Waddingham survey highlights the continued decline in DB schemes. Kim Kaveh looks at the data.
Barnett Waddingham is the latest organisation to achieve reaccreditation from the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA).
Malcolm Mclean says getting the channels of communication right and engaging more openly is a good starting point
Company directors who deliberately or recklessly put their workers' pension funds at risk face seven years in prison under plans to crack down on "acts of astonishing arrogance and abandon".
The story of BHS is one of both outrage and happy endings. James Phillips speaks to trustee chairman Chris Martin and his advisers about the scheme's endgame journey
Panellists at a PP webinar discuss October's High Court judgment on GMP equalisation, how schemes have responded, what their strategies should be, and how the industry can approach it.