General Insurance Article - XPS Pensions Group appoints new Head of Investment

XPS Pensions Group (XPS) announces the appointment of Alasdair Gill in a new role, as Head of Scotland Investments Team, to help grow their proposition.

 Alasdair joins from Mercer where he spent over 22 years building a wealth of knowledge and experience within the North of England and Scotland. Following the recent acquisition of Royal London’s corporate pensions business, Alasdair’s appointment is pivotal in building the XPS team, developing the firm’s expertise and driving growth.
 Gerry Devenney, Head of Edinburgh Office at XPS Pensions Group said: “This role is integral to the growth and development of the Edinburgh office and XPS’s proposition in Scotland and we are convinced that Alasdair is the right person to do this. He is extremely well respected throughout the industry and brings with him a deep knowledge of investments and an extensive experience of managing key client accounts. Alasdair is a great addition to our investment team and we are very confident he will continue to help us to drive forward the XPS brand in Scotland.”
 Alasdair Gill, Head of Scotland Investments Team at XPS Pensions Group commented: “XPS have a wealth of expertise and talent within the business and many great clients that I am looking forward to working alongside. My depth of experience puts me in a great position to help grow the investment proposition in Scotland and the North of England. I am really excited to take on the challenge and to continue to build on the strong relationships XPS has with local businesses.”
 XPS Pensions Group is the largest pure pensions consultancy in the UK specialising in pensions actuarial consulting and administration services. Alasdair joined XPS on 25th June.

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