Pensions - Articles - Foster and Partners appoint Hymans Robertson as advisors

 Following a competitive tender process, Hymans Robertson the leading independent pensions and risk consultancy has been appointed by Foster + Partners to advise its £30 million defined contribution (DC) scheme on DC strategy. The renowned British architecture and design agency has also appointed the firm to deliver financial wellbeing seminars to its workforce of 1,200.The appointment follows a successful 12 months for Hymans Robertson’s workplace savings practice as it won 25 new clients over the last financial year.

 Charlotte Sword, HR Director at Foster + Partners comments on the appointment: “We were keen to find an expert consultant that could deliver high quality service across a number of key areas, including DC pension strategy and delivering our financial wellbeing initiatives. The team at Hymans Robertson overwhelmingly demonstrated that it had the innovative thinking required to provide the tailored approach we need to meet the requirements of our diverse workforce."

 Paul Waters, Partner at Hymans Robertson added: “The last twelve months has been incredibly successful for the workplace savings team with 25 new clients across the practice, including scheme design, investment consulting and pension strategy. Hymans Robertson works hard to ensure its workplace savings advice makes a difference to everyone we touch in today’s evolving workforce and we are thrilled to welcome Foster + Partners as a client. It was clear from the outset that Foster + Partners is a firm that aims to provide the best for its employees and has innovation at the heart of all they do. By offering financial wellbeing support to its employees it will be preparing its staff to tackle some of life’s biggest financial decisions with confidence.”

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