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Appointments

BESTrustees strengthens in Scotland

BESTrustees strengthens in Scotland

Mark Dunne
Friday 9th February 2018

BESTrustees’ recruitment drive has continued with the appointment of Karen Theobald as a trustee executive in Scotland.

Theobald (pictured) took up her new post in early February after quitting human resources benefits consultancy Conduent, where she was a pension consultant.

She brings trustee experience to her new role thanks to the seven years she spent as chair of the firm’s pension scheme.

Theobald also has a track record of developing robust governance frameworks, guiding schemes through revisions to investment strategy, restructurings, data Journey administration, benefit audit and PPF actuarial and administration services.

BESTrustees chair Alan Pickering said Theobald’s personality and experience will enhance the firm’s offering in the professional trustee market, particularly in Scotland.

“Karen’s considerable experience, both as an adviser and a chair of trustees certainly adds to the balanced approach with which we can meet the needs of our growing client base,” he added.

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