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The Pensions Trust appoints new regional development manager

24 July 2015

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Paul O'Sullivan has been appointed as regional development manager for the north by The Pensions Trust.

He has been appointed as part of the trust's strategy to develop its DB Complete product, a fully-bundled solution for defined benefit legacy schemes.

Paul joins the regional team to support and drive expansion and seek new business opportunities by engaging with the corporate advisor community.

Mike Ramsey, chief executive of The Pensions Trust, said: "We are pleased to announce the appointment of Paul O'Sullivan as the new Regional Development Manager for the North.

"Paul has a great deal of experience in the pensions industry, and will be a key part of our move to develop its position in the DB legacy market following the launch of DB Complete."

Paul joins the trust from People's Pensions, with almost 30 years' experience in the pensions industry, covering both defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) schemes.

His previous roles include sales management, operations & administrations management, project management and financial adviser, and he has worked for Aviva, Prudential, Friends Life and Bluefin (now Capita).

His new role will see him reporting into Paul Murphy, head of strategy & business development. He said: "I am excited to begin my new role at The Pensions Trust, and I am keen to start engaging with the corporate adviser community in the north.

"Following the recent launch of DB Complete, The Pensions Trust is undergoing a period of positive change, and I am delighted to be a part of the business' development as it continues to grow."

The Pensions Trust is one of the UK's leading providers of pension schemes, specialising in DB arrangements.

First published 23.07.2015