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Three new faces at Broadstone Pensions & Investments

Three new faces have joined the actuarial and investment team at Broadstone Pensions and Investments Ltd.


Vijah Shah has been appointed as actuarial services director in the London-based company’s corporate benefits division. Mr Shah has 15 years’ experience in the industry and has worked for three firms of consulting actuaries in the past. Most recently he was at Punter Southall.

Meanwhile, Sheena Freestone has been hired by the company as investment consulting director. She will be responsible for investment consulting services provided to pension scheme trustees.

Ms Freestone joins Broadstone Pensions and Investment Ltd from P-Solve Asset Solutions, where she was an investment consultant. She also has prior experience at Standard Life and Scottish Widows.

The third new appointee, Kara Howlett, has joined as an actuarial consultant in the company’s trust based pensions scheme. She previously worked for the Government Actuary’s Department, where she worked for four years in public sector pensions. Ms Howlett qualified as an actuary in 2011.

Commenting on the appointments, Broadstone Pensions and Investments Ltd chief executive, Mark Howlett, said: ‘We are very pleased that the demand for our actuarial and investment services continues to grow, and we continue to augment our team with individuals with proven credentials.’

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