Lifestyle Article - 2020 Trustees continues to grow with more appointments

20-20 Trustees has appointed Angela Winchester as a new Trustee. She joins from Lloyds Banking Group where she was Head of Regulatory Risk, Investment, Insurance and Wealth. She brings over 20 years of experience from investment management, distribution, administration, risk management, governance, and business transformation/change management within the pensions sector.

 Angela is also the first Trustee Director to be based in Scotland, adding to the 20-20 Trustees footprint of Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Nottingham and Scotland.

 Sue Quayle and Mandy Kaur-Sadler have been promoted to Trustee Director and continue to play a critical role in championing new market offerings and evolving the services provided to existing clients of all shapes and sizes.

 Sue joined in November 2019 and has led the development of the 20-20 Trustees Scheme Secretary services. Sue’s experience as a Trustee and Scheme Secretary covers a variety of sectors such as manufacturing, logistics, utilities, and retail, and includes working with high profile household names.

 Mandy joined 20-20 Trustees in February of last year and has been pivotal in evolving the organisation’s legal and compliance frameworks. Building on her past experience, she continues to convene both colleagues and advisors around pragmatic pensions solutions for the higher education sector.

 Angela Connally has been promoted to Business Development Manager. In her new role, Angela will continue to lead on new business proposals, drive marketing activity and will take on active management of several key advisor relationships.

 Diversity, and the innovation that results, remain part of the core values on which the team founded the organisation almost 40 years ago. 20-20 Trustees continues to operate with a 50:50 gender balance, something that Managing Director Naomi L’Estrange, a long-time advocate for the advantages of diversity in all its forms when it comes to pension matters, is particularly proud of. Commenting on the recent moves she added, “I am delighted to be able to demonstrate our long-held desire to not only attract the best industry talent to 20-20 Trustees, but also reward and promote this talent from within. Each of the appointments we have made are based on putting great professionals in the right roles to make a difference for our clients. As our business continues to evolve, I’m proud that our growth also supports our wider commitment to diversity and inclusion in our industry”.


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