Greer is an actuary and senior DC consultant who leads the DC engagement proposition at Hymans Robertson. Greer joined Hymans Robertson 14 years ago and has had a varied career across both DB and DC pensions. In her current role, Greer advises and supports a number of clients across various industries on DC matters, with pensions engagement always focussing heavily on her agenda. Greer’s passion lies in ensuring members are engaged with their pension, are aware of their options and have the ability to make well informed decisions.
John joined Aon’s DC team in 2006, and has more than 35 years' experience, advising employers and trustees on issues relating to the DC pensions market.
John is working with some of Aon’s largest occupational and contract-based DC clients on a range of projects in addition to providing ongoing advice and support.
He has extensive experience in the design, governance, investment strategy, member engagement, and ongoing management issues relating to DC schemes and leads our development of consulting services to DC employer and trustee clients.
Annuities, Drawdown and Cash all contain significant risks – what lessons can we learn and what should the UK be developing to help its DC members?
As Head of UK Institutional Defined Contribution at Schroders, Tim is responsible for the design of the overall strategy of Schroders’ DC business and the delivery of Schroders’ investment proposition to our DC clients. This includes partnering with our clients and their consultants in the provision of investment solutions, tailored to the specific requirements of DC schemes and their members at each stage of their savings journey.
Tim joined the DC Team at Schroders in 2011 and is based in London.
Before joining Schroders, Tim was a Senior Investment Consultant at Towers Watson where his responsibilities included giving investment and strategy advice to a range of UK DC schemes.
Previously Tim has been a DC Client Director at Fidelity International as well as holding senior positions at MSCI and Mellon Global Investments Tim is a frequent industry commentator on DC issues and also a CFA Charterholder.
Louise Sivyer, Policy Manager, Regulatory Policy Directorate, The Pensions Regulator
Louise Sivyer is a policy manager in TPR’s Regulatory Policy Directorate. Louise joined the Regulator in 2007, and has worked in both policy and operational teams, across issues relating to both DB and DC.
In her current role Louise manages a team responsible for developing policy relating to the Governance and Administration of trust based pension schemes, including TPR’s 21st Century Trustee initiative, and the regulation of DC schemes more widely. She previously led on the development of the DC Code of Practice published in 2016.
Before joining the Regulator, Louise spent 12 years working in the pensions industry in technical roles ranging across the pension mis-selling review, third party pension administration, and TPAS (The Pensions Advisory Service).
Tony Yu is a fund manager in the Indirect Property team, responsible for developing portfolio strategies, overseeing the indirect property team’s fund-research effort and sourcing secondary-market deals. He joined us in 2012 from ING where he was a UK fund manager in the ING Real Estate Select team. Prior to that, he was a portfolio analyst at IPD. Tony studied Economics at the London School of Economics and is a member of the AREF Data and Indices Committee. He has 18 years’ industry experience.