Lifestyle Article - Leah Evans joins Aon as partner in the Risk Settlement team

Aon have announced that Leah Evans has joined the firm as a partner in its UK Risk Settlement team.

 Leah Evans started her career at Aon and has advised trustees and corporates on risk management issues for over 15 years, including at Mercer in both New York and London and most recently at EY where she led the Pensions Risk Transfer team. She brings a wealth of experience in risk transfer projects, as well as in advising on bulk annuity insurers and reinsurers.

 Martin Bird, head of Risk Settlement at Aon, said: “We have seen consistent growth and record activity in the pension risk market over the past couple of years as schemes are looking to discharge pension risk, navigate new forms of volatility and secure member benefits. Our team has grown from strength to strength, with 35 new joiners since 2021, to respond to the demand and ensure we are able respond to the high levels of activity.

 “We are therefore pleased that Leah Evans is joining us as we are continuing to expand our Risk Settlement team. She brings valuable expertise in risk transfer and pension risk management, which will help us advise clients to plan their de-risking journey.”

 Leah Evans, partner in Aon’s Risk Settlement team, said: “The risk transfer market has grown hugely over the past few years and continues to present significant opportunities for trustees and sponsors. In such a busy market, now more than ever, it is critical that clients think carefully about planning their end-game strategy and how to design and implement insurance solutions in the most effective way.

 “I am joining a market leading team at Aon and I look forward to working with them to bring best-in-class advice to our clients.”

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