“It’s a pleasure working with key members of the PSGS team: their experience and leadership means that they know how to get the job done, working in partnership with fellow trustees, employers and advisers to achieve the best result for members.”
“PSGS offered the right support at very short notice, at reasonable cost, when we really needed it”
“They are very proactive and full of new ideas, they've brought better scheduling and better minute sets.”
“Clare Owen has been a really excellent scheme secretary”
“The trustee training course covered a wide variety of subjects which gives a good basis for future discussion and decision making during trustee meetings.”
“I learnt more than I expected to at the trustee training course. A good introduction to the trustee role.”
Chris leads our specialist Pension Protection Fund (PPF) team (HR Trustees being one of five firms on the PPF Trustee Panel).
Chris started his pensions career with us in 2000 and has been a full time professional trustee throughout this period.
Chris specialises in schemes requiring exit management services and winding up. He has experience with complex PPF entry issues and in securing greater than PPF benefits with insurance companies.
Thanks to his extensive experience of schemes going through PPF assessment, Chris is an excellent project manager and expert in governance, data and benefit reviews, investment reviews and legal reviews. He is well known for his ability to keep calm and focused during an intensive period where you have to dig up the drains!
Chris likes the outdoors and is often seen walking through fields covered in mud. He is a very keen traveller and has visited all seven continents, taking lots of photos along the way on the basis a few will be good!
Qualifications: Fellow of the Pensions Management Institute (FPMI), Honours degree in history, accredited professional trustee
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