Dalriada trustees appoints two new professional trustees
21st April, 2020
Dalriada Trustees Limited (Dalriada), one of the largest providers of independent professional trustee services to pensions schemes in the UK, has today announced the appointment of Alison Stewart and Paul Tinslay as professional trustees.
Alison joins Dalriada’s Glasgow office as a Senior Professional Trustee. Prior to joining Dalriada Trustees, Alison was a Partner and National Operations Leader for UK Wealth at Mercer. She has over 34 years’ experience of delivering high quality service to employers, trustees and their members across a wide range of areas including scheme management and governance, risk and compliance, benefits consulting, relationship management, administration and offshoring.
Paul who joins Dalriada’s London office as a Professional Trustee has more than 32 years’ experience in the life and pensions industry. Paul is an experienced pension scheme manager, scheme secretary and consultant, responsible for delivering advice and services to employers and trustees. Prior to joining Dalriada, Paul held various roles including head of pensions governance at JLT/Mercer, head of client relationship management at AFCA and head of pensions at Towry Law and Wentworth Rose.
The two appointments further build on the extensive pool of experience and Dalriada’s continued investment in developing its trustee team and business across the UK..
Commenting on the appointments, Tom Lukic, Director at Dalriada, said: “The appointments of Alison and Paul further demonstrate the range of expertise we are able to offer pension schemes through our trusteeship offering across the UK. The sector is increasingly moving towards professionalisation and it is critical that we have the right people in place to support trustee boards as they navigate the complex governance issues that arise. Both Alison and Paul are welcome additions to our teams in Glasgow and London respectively and will further broaden the knowledge across our wider trustee team and the schemes we support across the UK.”