General Insurance Article - New appointments to The Aon Master Trust team


Aon has made three new appointments to support growth in its master trust and related defined contribution (DC) solutions.

 Hâf Lloyd-Birchall joins as a senior client manager, having previously worked as a DC consultant at PwC, where she supported a wide range of companies on governance, communications, and scheme strategy issues. Hâf also has in-house experience as a strategic pensions manager for Amey, where she managed several defined benefit and DC schemes.

 Jason Brett joins as new business director. Prior to this, he was a corporate consultant within Aon’s retirement team and led the sales team in the North-West of the UK. Jason is also a fully qualified actuary with eight years’ experience in the retirement consulting industry.
 
 Eleni Karaolou joins as an associate client manager from Mercer, where, as an associate consultant, she worked in the large corporate division for DC clients. In this role, Eleni also supported schemes with onboardings, communications and governance reports.

 Tony Britton, partner, DC Solutions UK at Aon, said: “We are seeing rapid growth and new clients on-boarding with the Aon MasterTrust, so bringing in three new and experienced team members will help ensure every client continues to receive an exceptional level of service.”
 
 Tony Pugh, partner, DC Solutions EMEA at Aon, said: “The Aon MasterTrust is going from strength to strength with exceptional investment performance and an integrated Financial Wellbeing service that’s really delivering to members’ needs in today’s inflationary environment.

 “It’s great that we have been able to boost the team to support our continued growth and we wish them well in their new roles.”
  

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