Hanne Borst elected as head of the working group for company pension schemes

23 May 2023

Hanne Borst, member of the management board and head of retirement at WTW Germany, was newly elected to the board of the working group for company pension schemes (aba) on May 16 in Berlin.

Borst has been part of the management of WTW Germany since October 1, 2022 and heads the Retirement division. Since 2022 she has been involved in the management of the aba specialist association as a mathematical expert.

“The economic situation, transformation processes and a tight labor market are presenting companies with new challenges when it comes to company pension schemes,” says Borst. “I am delighted about my election to the board . Together with our board colleagues and the aba members, we will design and further develop the framework conditions for occupational pensions in Germany.”

dr Reiner Schwinger, Head of Northern Europe Region, Germany & Austria at WTW, has left the aba board, which he had been a member of since 2011. In the future, he will increasingly devote himself to his transnational tasks at WTW. “The time as a member of the board of the working group for company pension schemes was very valuable and enriching. I am very happy that I was able to help with aba to significantly develop company pension schemes in Germany over the past twelve years,” says Schwinger. He adds: “With Hanne Borst, aba has gained an extremely experienced expert who knows the company pension market very well.”

CV Hanne Borst

Hanne Borst (47) studied business mathematics at the University of Applied Sciences in Stuttgart. Since 2002 she has been working in the field of company pension schemes (bAV). After working for two consulting firms with a focus on advising insurance companies and brokerage companies, she has been with WTW since 2010. She has headed the Actuarial Consulting division in Germany since 2018. In this function, Hanne Borst is a member of the Retirement Leadership Team Germany. She has in-depth knowledge of the company pension market and is a strategic company pension consultant for major customers and DAX companies. Hanne Borst is a member of the German Association of Actuaries (DAV) and the Institute of Actuarial Experts for Pensions (IVS).

Source: WTW
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