Redington’s clean-slate approach

Wed Dec 5, 2012



The fusion of actuarial analysis with capital markets techniques is paying off


By Claire Makin

 
  Robert Gardner 
While most pension fund consulting firms have actuarial origins and an investment management orientation, Redington lays claim to roots in a very different discipline – investment banking. This puts it in a different league from its competitors, according to Robert Gardner, who co-founded Redington together with Dawid Konotey-Ahulu in May 2006. "We have the advantage of being a 'clean slate’, not laden with legacy thought processes or issues," Gardner says.

Their London-based boutique consulting firm added eight new clients in 2011, and a further 10 so far this financial year, taking the total to over 40 active clients with about $400 billion under management. Redington now advises 10 of the largest 25 defined benefit pension funds in the UK as well as other clients around the world, although most of its clients are medium-sized UK schemes with $1.6 billion to $4.8 billion under...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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