Lifestyle Article - Cardano appoint Darren Redmayne to the Board

The Cardano Group has announced the appointment of Darren Redmayne to the Group’s Management Board. Darren continues as CEO of Lincoln Pensions, the covenant specialist that he founded in early 2008 and that was subsequently acquired by Cardano in 2016.

 Prior to founding Lincoln Pensions, Darren spent 10 years at Close Brothers including leading its UK private equity M&A advisory business. After a secondment to help establish the Pensions Regulator, he went on to build Close Brothers’ pensions advisory business. In 2008, he left Close Brothers to found the London operations of the US investment bank, Lincoln International (including its UK pensions business that later became Lincoln Pensions). 

 The integration of Lincoln Pensions’ covenant expertise into the Cardano Group has allowed the combined business to serve its clients better through the delivery of integrated risk management (‘IRM’) services enabled with proprietary technology tools such as PensionSim.

 Michael De Lathauwer said: “Darren’s appointment to the Management Board of the Cardano Group is thoroughly well-deserved. His leadership of Lincoln Pensions has already made a valuable contribution to our business and his energy, industry insight and expertise will be of great value to the Group and its clients in this wider role. With our expanded Board we will continue to find new and innovative ways to develop our offering and help clients become better able to meet their pensions promises.”

 Darren commented: “It is a great honour to be invited to join the Board of the Cardano Group and I look forward to contributing to its continued success. Lincoln Pensions was founded on the principle of delivering safer financial futures to our clients and ultimately, their pension beneficiaries. Becoming part of the Cardano Group, a pensions-focused organisation with a shared vision of helping clients deliver on their promise to pension members, has invigorated our growth and investment in people and new technology.”

 The Cardano Group now comprises three divisions: Cardano (investment risk advice and fiduciary management), Lincoln Pensions (covenant risk specialist); and, following the acquisition announced on 13 February 2019, NOW: Pensions (workplace pensions provider).

 The Board of the Cardano Group is now comprised of Michael De Lathauwer, Theo Kocken, Patrick Luthi, Harold Naus, Kerrin Rosenberg and Darren Redmayne.

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