This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual to progress their career in the Pensions industry; in a Pensions consultancy role within one of the UK's most recognised, award-winning Pensions consultancies.
Within this role you will be supporting consultants and clients alike in regards to consultancy and trustee secretarial work covering DB (mainly) and DC Pension schemes. This will include taking minutes at meeting, preparing packs, conducting market research and producing/delivering reports, mainly relating to scheme governance.
To be successful with your applicants, candidates will need proven experience of administering/consulting on DB, DC and Hybrid schemes, as well as being part PMI-qualified (at least), and having a Prince 2 qualification would be advantageous.
Please quote 42578 when calling Alexander Lloyd. This is only one of many vacancies we are handling. Alexander Lloyd is a specialist within Financial Services recruitment. Areas of expertise include IFA, Advisors, Employee Benefits, Compliance, Pensions, Group Risk, Paraplanners, Sales Support, T&C etc.
Due to the high amount of interest that we receive for each of our roles unfortunately we cannot respond to each application individually, therefore if you do not hear back from one of our consultants you have not been shortlisted for this role. Please continue to check our website www.alexanderlloyd.co.uk for any other roles which may be of interest.
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