Jeremy Brown appointed senior consultant at Broadstone

25 September 2023 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Pensions and investments consultancy Broadstone has welcomes Jeremy Brown to its employee benefits consulting division. He joins as a senior consultant focusing on its defined contributions offering.

Damon Hopkins, head of DC workplace savings at Broadstone, said, “We’re delighted to welcome Jeremy to Broadstone and to the DC team. His track record speaks for itself and his experience in both client facing roles and proposition development will be a valuable addition to our ever-evolving offering.”

Brown joins Broadstone at a time of heightened risk and uncertainty for its clients and their employees. In his new role, he will work alongside Broadstone’s DC team, offering a full range of DC and workplace savings consulting services to corporate and trustee clients.

Jeremy Brown appointed senior consultant at Broadstone

With over 30 years’ experience, Brown has spent his career across a wide range of areas including workplace pensions, health and wellbeing, flexible benefits and employee engagement. He has previously held consulting roles at Capita Employee Benefits, Bluefin and Mercer.

Speaking on his new role, Brown commented, “Broadstone’s growth in the employee benefits consulting offering is underpinned by consultancy-led, client-centric delivery across an impressive range of services for employers and employees.”

“Adding value is at the core of what Broadstone does and I hope that my experience in this sector, along with the top-quality of my colleagues in the Broadstone team, will help capitalise on the attractive opportunities in the workplace benefits space.”

Despite headwinds that have negatively impacted many other sectors, the UK’s actuarial consulting industry has performed well in the last five years. Pensions funds, insurers and other clients are keen to access help navigating challenges arising from increased commodity and energy prices, supply chain disruptions and rising living costs, meaning industry revenue is expected to continue to rise by 3.9% year-on-year.

As a result, actuarial consulting revenue in Britain is estimated to reach £4.3 billion by the end of 2023.