Occupational Pensions are undergoing substantial change within the Irish market and with this comes challenges. Key drivers of this change include:
Increasing focus on risk
Auto-enrol, master trusts, pan European pensions
Increasing compliance demands
Managing costs and resources
Fitzgerald Actuarial Limited is able to provide consultancy services, or simply additional resources, to those operating in the occupational pensions market.
In the table below we provide examples of client types and a summary of our main pension services.
|Pension Plan Overview||Process Reviews|
|Risk Reviews||IORP II Gap Analysis|
|Provider Reviews||Added Resources|
Our services are appropriate for all entities involved in the Group Pensions market and would include:
The Pensions Consulting Team
The Pensions Team is led by John Grant who has over 20 years’ experience in Investment Consulting and Pensions, while Catriona Mulcahy acts as Pensions Project Manager. Along with the support of highly regarded actuaries, this means that the Fitzgerald Actuarial Limited team:
- are highly qualified and experienced
- have complementary backgrounds
- are ideally placed to provide objective reviews, not having ties to any one provider
So why not take that first important step today by calling John today on +353-89-4735229 or submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and providing our expertise and support.
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