I am an actuary in EY’s Pension Consulting team and work across all areas of pension risk transfer. I have been heavily involved in building EY’s solution in this area and have advised on all sizes of pension schemes (from £5 million to £50 billion).
I really enjoy the work I do, helping my clients achieve the best outcome for their pension scheme members. I recently won ‘Highly commended’ for Adviser of the Year at the Professional Pensions Women in Pensions award.
I am a strong advocate of promoting women within EY and in the Pensions industry. I am on EY’s committee for Women in Pensions, which is a great forum for women to come together and discuss anything from RPI to home-schooling. I feel it’s really important for women to meet and get inspired by other female role models and their success stories.
I am also on the IFoA’s Working Party on Pension Schemes Endgame and have collaborated with industry peers in drafting a paper which is being published in the British Actuarial Journal. It gives me immense pleasure to volunteer for the profession in this way and help shape the future of the UK pensions landscape.
Outside of work, I really enjoy travelling (pandemic-permitting) and reading. During the lockdown, I have discovered my love for cooking. And to burn those calories, I dabble in yoga and runs at the park.