Pinsent Masons Appoints Leading Pensions Consultant

02 Feb 2012 | 10:09 am |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has hired Terry Ritchie, formerly of Capita Hartshead as Manager of Trustee Solutions Limited. Terry was previously Head of Consulting before joining the firm, which has the largest legal pensions team in the UK.

In his new role, Terry will be responsible for developing the business and its services, raising its profile in the market and assisting with the management of the business.

He was previously Consultancy Director for Regent Pensions where he set up a small corporate consulting business. He was also a Director of the Independent Trustee Business.  During his career he has worked for Grand Metropolitan (Diageo) Royal Ordnance plc, The Solicitors Industry wide scheme, The Motor Industry, Industry-wide scheme, and Aon Consulting.

Susan Andrews who heads up Trustee Solutions Limited and is part of the Pinsent Masons pensions team comments: “We are really pleased and excited that Terry has joined our team.  His vast experience will be invaluable and will help to take the business forward"

Terry Ritchie, Manager of Trustee Solutions, Pinsent Masons LLP, adds: "I'm very much looking forward to working within such a prestigious firm in the pensions industry and helping to drive the business forward."

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