Ross Trustees has made eight new hires over the last quarter, expanding its team by 10 per cent.
The pension services firm says this expanded team of 67 specialist will help it support a growing client base. The business provides services to 150 pension schemes with combined assets under management of £54 billion.
These most recent appointment include Michael Clark joins as trustee director, following the company’s acquisition of CBC Pension Services in the summer.
Other hires include Victoria Baxter, Richard Haslam and Philippa Watson, who will all be assistant associates; Lilly Howe as executive assistant and Maha Spau as payroll assistant.
In total the firm has hired 12 new staff over the year and has moved to new premises in Holborn as looks to continuing growing its trustee and scheme secretarial services.
Ross Trustees CEO Andrew Bradshaw says: ““The current environment means pension schemes will need expert support more than ever to manage the demands and pressures placed on them. With a newly expanded team in place, we are confident we can continue to ensure our clients are well looked after and supported.”
“As we continue to invest in our clients and our people, we are always looking to promote professional trusteeship as a dynamic career path. Our focus is on providing a people-focused environment where diverse talent prospers.”