Alan Collins joins Glasgow actuarial team at Actuaries Spence & Partners

David Davison

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Alan Collins has become the latest recruit to leading actuary and pensions administrator Spence & Partners. Alan, a qualified Scheme Actuary, joined the actuarial team in Glasgow from Mercer HR Consulting on January 5.

This further strengthens the team following the appointment of Ian Campbell as Actuarial Director in May 2009 as reported at: http://www.spenceandpartners.co.uk/archives/ian-campbell-becomes-latest-significant-recruit-at-actuaries-spence-partners/

Brian Spence, managing director of Spence & Partners, said: ”This is a great appointment and we are really pleased to have Alan on board. His broad experience and enthusiasm will add quality and depth to our actuarial team and provide invaluable support to our graduate recruits and part-qualified actuaries, as well as creating a skilled new resource for our clients. We are all really looking forward to working with him.”

Alan is a graduate of the University of Glasgow, where he attained an M.Sci First Class in mathematics and physics and the University of Edinburgh, where he attained a post graduate diploma in financial mathematics. Alan qualified as an actuary in December 2006 and obtained his practising certificate in November 2008.

Alan has particular expertise in buy-outs/buy-ins, accounting for pension costs, risk reduction exercises and mergers and acquisitions.

For further information please contact David Davison at consulting actuaries Spence & Partners on 0141 331 1004.

Spence & Partners are a firm of Actuaries, Consultants and Pensions Administrators with offices in Glasgow, London and Belfast and experience of operating pension schemes in England & Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Issued on behalf of Spence & Partners by Karen Milne at Blueprint Media tel 0141 353 1515
Date:   January 2010

David Davison

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Specialist consultant on pensions strategy for corporate, public sector and not for profit employers

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