TPT appoints two new Business Development Managers

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TPT Appoints Two New BDMsTPT Retirement Solutions (TPT), one of the UK’s leading providers of workplace pension schemes, has appointed two new Business Development Managers; Jonathon Webb (pictured left) and Kieron Snow (pictured right).

Both Jonathon and Kieron will report to Head of Direct Distribution Adrian Cooper, who was appointed to lead TPT’s Direct Distribution strategy last year.

These are brand new roles and the two will be responsible for promoting TPT’s award-winning DB Complete solution to the Sponsors and Trustees of DB pension schemes and furthering the organisation’s aim to be the UK’s leading DB pensions consolidator.

Jonathon brings a wealth of experience in the pensions sector, having spent 12 years with JLT Employee Benefits, first as Regional Director then as Sales Director, and prior to that 5 years with KPMG. Kieron has over 20 years’ experience of working in the retirement space and has held senior roles at Skandia and Old Mutual Wealth.

Adrian Cooper, Head of Direct Distribution at TPT Retirement Solutions, said: 

 We are very excited to welcome both Jonathon and Kieron to TPT. Both bring valuable experience and expertise within the pension sector. This is an exciting year for TPT as we continue to build on our strategy to be the UK’s leading DB consolidator. We have seen the substantial benefits that consolidation can provide - in terms of cost-savings, risk management, stronger governance and better investment returns. We look forward to working with more businesses to help them manage their pension schemes and their experience will be invaluable with this.

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