Hymans Robertson has appointed two new partners, taking the total number of partners to 21. The new partners are Lindsay Davies and Charles Young.
Lindsay Davies, a senior consultant within the firm’s Scheme Design and Management Practice, with over 14 years’ experience, joined Hymans Robertson in 1996 and provides advice to a range of money purchase and final salary arrangements. He has wide experience advising on scheme design, member communications, documentation and technical issues. He is a member of the Society of Pension Consultants Public Relations committee and an Associate of the Pensions Management Institute.
Charles Young recently joined Hymans Robertson as a partner from Towers Perrin. He is an experienced Scheme Actuary, having gained 21 years of experience in an actuarial consulting environment. Charles has a masters degree in mathematics and engineering from Cambridge and qualified as an actuary in 1987. He represents the firm at the Association of Consulting Actuaries. He is an acknowledged industry figure in areas such as pensions accounting and strategic asset management for pension schemes.
Senior Partner, Ronnie Bowie says that the appointments “reflect the continued, successful growth of the firm in the increasingly important world of employee benefits. They also represent a very meaningful commitment to the further strengthening of our senior resources in both our consultancy and actuarial practices”.