Articles - Nick Salter appointed Senior Partner at Barnett Waddingham


 Nick Salter has been appointed Senior Partner at Barnett Waddingham, the UK’s largest independent firm of actuaries, administrators and consultants.

 Adrian Waddingham, who has held the position for the last six years, will step down on 31 May 2012 but will remain a partner in the firm, continue to advise his existing clients and retain a seat on the firm’s Management Board.

 Nick Salter is a senior figure in the industry and one of the founding partners of Barnett Waddingham which was established in 1989. As a member of the firm’s Management Board, he has been closely involved in the development of the firm, which now has an annual turnover of more than £45 million.

 Adrian Waddingham, said: “The growth at Barnett Waddingham has been a team effort. Nick has been a key figure in the firm’s development and his appointment is an important step in the next phase of our firm’s expansion and we are fortunate to have someone of his calibre to take up this important role.”

 Nick Salter, said: “Barnett Waddingham has thrived under Adrian’s leadership, I have been fortunate to work with him for over 22 years now and I am delighted that he will remain a partner so that we can continue to benefit from his wise counsel. I am very excited about the future of the business and look forward to working with my fellow Partners and all our fantastic staff to maintain the unique culture of the firm and to continue offering our clients the quality of care, service and innovative advice that underpins everything we do.”

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