20 August 2021
Hymans Robertson publishes: “Hymans Robertson, the leading pensions and risk consultancy has promoted Callum Stewart to Head of DC Investment, who will manage and embed the firm’s climate and responsible investment strategy.
With 13 years’ experience in the pensions industry, Callum joined Hymans Robertson in 2015, and is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. Callum is responsible for DC Master Trust and single-employer clients, and has been actively involved in driving the firm’s approach to tackling climate change and responsible investment. Callum recently co-founded an industry action group to encourage all pension providers to make a climate impact investment option available to all DC savers across the UK.
“I’m delighted to embrace the role of Head of Investment for our DC business. I’m thrilled to be leading our DC investment team and advising our clients about the importance of climate change and other areas such as investment in illiquid assets which we can use to improve outcomes for individual members.
“I believe there is an opportunity to influence the lives of millions of savers in the UK, by addressing climate risks and opportunities and wider responsible investment considerations in a positive way.”
“Callum is a senior member of the DC team and has been leading on our responsible investment research and development alongside client work. Callum is passionate about putting members at the heart of our advice and tackling their responsible investment needs. In his new role, he will help our clients navigate the changing DC landscape and drive positive change for members.”
“We’re delighted to combine Callum’s passion for responsible investment with his leadership and direction in our DC business. This echoes commitments we have made as a firm to have a positive influence on the outcomes for individual pension savers, and the world around us.””Source: Hymans Robertson
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