“The trustee training course covered a wide variety of subjects which gives a good basis for future discussion and decision making during trustee meetings.”
“Their pragmatic approach helps with quick and easy decision making. Another approach might have made things more difficult.”
“They have helped us save much more and created a cohesive plan to de-risk whilst building an integrated pension team.”
“Excellent service - as expected and why PSGS was chosen.”
“Excellent and comprehensive training course. I will definitely refer to what I've learned and received. ”
“So much more proactive than the previous company. On the ball - thinking in advance of things needing doing - very proactive.”
Kevin is responsible for managing new client relationships and holds several professional pension trustee appointments.
Kevin’s pensions experience began in 1979 as an administrator at Hogg Robinson. He moved into consultancy in 1985 whilst at Antony Gibbs (HSBC).
Kevin joined Guinness Mahon to serve on the boards of its new benefit consulting business and subsidiaries, James Hay Pension Trustees (the SSAS specialist) and Personal Pension Management (the UK’s first SIPP provider). In 1997, he joined SBJ Benefit Consultants as Executive Director with responsibility for new client relationships, and remained throughout the integration into Bluefin and then Capita.
Kevin’s experience includes advising defined benefit (DB) trustees to achieve a successful strategy and effective relationships with scheme sponsors and developing defined contribution (DC) pension strategies. He has acted as a professional trustee and scheme secretary for over 25 years.
Kevin regularly participates in charity fundraisers and also achieved a personal goal to study French Classics.
Qualifications: PMI Trustee Certificate, Certificate in Financial Planning 1-4, accredited professional trustee
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