Hymans Robertson appoints Leonard Bowman as Head of Corporate Consulting

1 March 2024

Hymans Robertson has appointed Leonard Bowman to the role of Head of Corporate Consulting across the pensions market. In this newly created role he will be focused on ensuring Hymans Robertson’s strategy is joined up and coordinated across its corporate clients, helping them to navigate the increasingly complex array of choices they face for their schemes.

Leonard joined Hymans Robertson in April 2021 after the leading pensions and financial services consultancy acquired Bath Actuarial Consulting (BAC), which he co-founded. He grew BAC into a corporate consultation business with clients whose DB liabilities ranged from £200 million to over £20 billion. Since joining Hymans Robertson, he has advised corporate DB clients and led the corporate DB endgame strategy.

Commenting on the appointment, Richard Shackleton, Head of Pensions, Hymans Robertson says:

“Leonard will bring his experience and understanding of the pension needs of companies to this vital new role. In a rapidly changing market, corporate sponsors of schemes are playing an increasingly influential part in the decisions on pension schemes’ strategy and implementation, as well as in the appointment of trustees and advisors. Our mission is to help corporate sponsors cut through the noise across the pensions landscape. Leonard’s deep insights and expertise will enable us to bring the very best thinking to our corporate clients in exactly in the right way, when they need it.”

Commenting on his appointment, Leonard Bowman, adds:

“It’s an exciting time in our industry. But, with so many ideas and potential choices it can be a maze for our corporate clients to know how to move forward. I’ll be helping companies identify the right path, and make the best decisions for their schemes, members and other stakeholders.”

Source: Hymans Robertson
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