Lifestyle Article - Nadeem Ladha joins Risk Transfer team at Hymans Robertson

Nadeem Ladha has joined the Risk Transfer team at Hymans Robertson, the leading pensions and financial services consultancy, as a Senior Advisor on a short-term contract focusing on risk transfer projects involving special situations.

 Prior to joining the team, Nadeem was a senior Professional Independent Trustee at a professional trustee firm, where he specialised in leading pension schemes through risk transfer transactions. He had previously been at Hymans from 2005 to 2011.
 Commenting on what Nadeem will bring to the role, James Mullins, Partner and Head of Risk Transfer Solutions at Hymans Robertson said: “We are excited to welcome Nadeem back to Hymans Robertson. His professional trustee experience, strategic insight and innovative approach will bring a huge amount of value to our risk transfer clients. As we continue to grow, we are seeing more pension schemes who want to tailor their risk transfer projects to meet their specific needs and objectives, rather than just make do with an off-the-shelf buy-in. Nadeem's specific skills and trustee experiences will be extremely valuable in continuing to deliver proactive, strategic and tailored advice to our clients."
 Commenting on his new role, Nadeem Ladha, added: “I am thrilled to be back at Hymans Robertson. The calibre, culture and people were hugely attractive to me. It's an exciting time in the risk transfer market, which is continuously in flux and full of innovative solutions. I am really looking forward to working with the team on a number of risk transfer projects and helping to deliver great outcomes for our clients.”

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