Barnett Waddingham has announced that Keith Satchell will be stepping down as its chairman after 11 years in the role.
His position, as non-executive chair, will be taken by Elizabth Renshaw-Ames, who joins Barnett Waddingham this month (January 2019).
Renshaw-Ames has extensive experience in the pensions industry, having previously worked at both Mercer and PwC.
She has been on the board of a leading charity and has also been been chief executive of HSBC Bank Pension Trust.
Barnett Waddingham partner Nick Salter says: “We have been very fortunate to have had Keith as our chair for the last 11 years. His input has been invaluable.”
He adds that the role of non-executive chair is increasingly important and said Renshaw-Ames will contribute to the continued growth and success of the business.
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