Pensions - Articles - Milliman and Barnett Waddingham in joint pensions venture


Milliman and Barnett Waddinghamhave announced a joint pensions venture operating under the name of MBW International,.

 The joint venture brings together the significant expertise of the two independent firms to deliver superior global retirement benefits advice to companies with headquarters in the UK and global companies with UK operations. The new organisation will offer truly independent global pensions advice from a single source, with full access to the experience and resources that live within the Barnett Waddingham and Milliman businesses. It will follow their shared values of providing quality, independent advice to their clients.

 Nick Salter, Senior Partner at Barnett Waddingham, said: "MBW International will allow us to extend our global pensions expertise to support the full needs of multi-national organisations with their overseas pension arrangements, whilst retaining the independent ownership structure of Barnett Waddingham. Clients of MBW International can expect to receive the same high quality, independent advice that Barnett Waddingham and Milliman are already known for."

 Steve White, Milliman CEO, said: "The establishment of MBW International enhances the range of retirement consulting services Milliman can offer its multinational and UK-headquartered clients. The obvious synergies between Milliman and Barnett Waddingham are built on our shared values: Independence, quality, and dedication to superior client service."

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