A bit about me
I am regularly pulled around the countryside by a very energetic chocolate Labrador, often grasping my camera and attempting to improve my photography. I am a keen follower of a number of sports including rugby union, motor sport and football (though some would say Birmingham City FC don’t really fit this description!). I have a wide taste in music, love to read, mainly espionage and British history, and I also play a bit of chess now and again, but since one of my oldest friends is a Grand Master I am all too aware of my woeful capabilities at the board! To ensure I do have fun, I avoid anything to do with DIY, much to my wife’s relief!
Having started my career in in-house pension management, I progressed into a pension software company with responsibility for client and implementation management, as well as product development. I subsequently worked in consultancy roles, including time as Director of PWC’s pension management consulting practice and in client management at Hewitt with responsibility for the commercial relationships and service delivery for some of their largest outsourcing clients. This depth of experience has helped me support clients over the past 10 years at Muse, particularly in projects related to pensions administration and software, including facilitating selection exercises, supporting contract negotiations, and providing oversight to support clients with service transitions and transformations.