TPT appoints Direct to Scheme Sales Leader

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Adrian Cooper - TPT Retirement SolutionsTPT Retirement Solutions (TPT), one of the UK’s leading providers of workplace pension schemes, has appointed Adrian Cooper as Head of Direct Distribution.

A new role at TPT, as it builds on its strategy to be the UK’s leading DB pension consolidator, Adrian will lead a dedicated team focussed on promoting TPT’s award-winning DB Complete solution to the Sponsors and Trustees of DB pension schemes.

Adrian joins TPT from Barnett Waddingham and is currently Chair of the Central London Group PLSA Committee. Prior to this, he has held senior management roles at Sacker & Partners and Towers Perrin. He also brings with him experience of working in sectors undergoing significant change and consolidation.

Adrian Cooper, said: “I am looking forward to my new role at TPT and I am excited about taking DB Complete to new markets. It is a fantastic proposition and is the perfect solution for those DB schemes  looking to generate substantial cost savings, strengthen governance and access award-winning administration and sophisticated investment expertise.”

Mike Ramsey, Chief Executive of TPT Retirement Solutions, said: “We are delighted to welcome Adrian to TPT to lead our Direct to Scheme distribution business. His extensive business development and marketing experience makes him a valuable addition to the organisation. TPT is well-positioned to be one of the UK’s leading DB consolidators. We continue to strengthen our team to take our DB Complete solution to new sectors and markets.”

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