Barnett Waddingham appoints Andrew Vaughan as Senior Partner

14 October 2019 1 min. read
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Barnett Waddingham has initiated a changing of the guard at the top of its firm, with the appointment of Andrew Vaughan as Senior Partner. Vaughan, who has been with the firm for eight years, arrives in the position as Co-Founder Nick Salter transitions out of the role before June 2020.

Independent UK consultancy Barnett Waddingham has made numerous additions to its Partner count over the course of 2019. The firm, which specialises in risk, pensions, investment and insurance, has more than 1,270 employees, 73 of whom are Partners. 

Now, the firm has continued to grow its expertise in its upper echelons, with the promotion of Partner Andrew Vaughan to the rank of Senior Partner. Having joined Barnett Waddingham in 2011, Vaughan takes up the role, bringing extensive experience gained through a number of senior leadership roles both within the firm and through various industry bodies.

Barnett Waddingham appoints Andrew Vaughan as Senior Partner

Prior to joining Barnett Waddingham, Vaughan spent two years as the Chairman of the Association of Consulting Actuaries. That followed 27 years with global consultancy Mercer, where he latterly held the role of Senior Partner.

Vaughan’s arrival coincides with the news that Co-Founder Nick Salter will step down as the organisation’s Senior Partner as of June 2020. Having helped launch the business in 1989, which now has an annual turnover of approximately £100 million, Salter will remain a Partner of Barnett Waddingham, as well as a member of the firm’s Management Board.