Our industry experts
Susan Hoare, Partner, Retirement Practice, Aon Hewitt
Susan is a Scheme Actuary based in our Bristol office. She works with Trustee clients on all pensions matters and in particular has practical experience of setting up flightplans and implementing funding triggers. Susan has a keen interest in Emotional Intelligence and believes that understanding your client and how they like to work is fundamental to building a strong relationship and making Trustee meetings fun. Outside of work Susan enjoys playing with her 8 year old son and reading Scandinavian crime novels.
Paul McGlone, Partner, Retirement Practice, Aon Hewitt
McGlone is a Partner in Aon Hewitt's Retirement Practice. He is a qualified Actuary and has over 20 years' experience advising a range of clients from both a trustee and corporate perspective. He has a particular interest in the mid-market, and is passionate about taking the ideas developed for the largest schemes and ensuring that they reach smaller schemes quickly. In recent years he has led Aon Hewitt's advice around de-risking through flight plans, trigger strategies. He is a regular speaker on the pensions circuit, frequently quoted in the media, and sits on Council of the Society of Pension Consultants.
James Patten, Partner, Retirement Practice, Aon Hewitt
James is a Partner and actuary at Aon with over 16 years' industry experience. For the last 8 years he has specialised in advising corporate clients in managing pension cost and risk, having previously advised trustee boards.
In his role as a corporate adviser James has helped a number of clients to better focus their time and budget on pensions in the areas that add the most value. This work has led to the implementation of fiduciary investment management structures, the execution of scheme mergers, the rationalisation of DC arrangements, and the review of trustee board structures.
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