Our choice was dependent on strict criteria – in short, how the sponsorship would expand the offering to our Charities Pensions Club members.
Many of you will have met Jen Norris at previous events – having been a member of the group while on secondment at a charity, she was keen to remain involved. She and her colleague Gemma Woodall lead the advice on a number of charity clients, and have built up a wide array of experiences helping charities with their unique pensions issues.
KPMG have one of the largest employer-side pensions practices advising over 650 sponsors with liabilities of over £250bn. Unlike traditional actuarial consultancies, KPMG’s pensions practice covers a number of skillsets, including: actuarial, covenant, investment, insurance, administration, defined contribution, communications, and project management. Not only this, their advice extends far beyond pensions - KPMG supports sponsors across a wide spectrum of areas – from wider savings & rewards to accounting, legal and tax, they can help CPC members with their issues in the context of the not-for-profit sector.
KPMG will be hosting our next event on 21 June at their client space – Number 20 Grosvenor Street - in the heart of the West End. Further details, including presentation topic, will be announced in the coming weeks.
We believe this will be a valuable relationship that our Charities Pensions Club members will benefit significantly from. If you have any questions, Jen and Gemma would be more than happy for you to get in touch.
If you wish to become a member of the Charities Pensions Club, and join our next meeting on 21 June with KPMG, then do get in touch with me here at the CPC.