Antony has significant pensions, actuarial and Trusteeship experience. Having practiced at Mercer and Higham Nobbs, Antony spent 10 years working within Aon Pension Trustees Limited, working on such schemes as the Maxwell Private Arrangements (after the money went missing).
He then spent 6 Years as head of Eversheds’ Trustee company where he grew it by over 400% and turned it into a major, and well known, trustee firm.
In corporate consulting, Antony spent 5 years advising companies on transactions and pensions and liability management and ran one of the first ETV and PIE exercises and led the way in synthetic buyouts.
As well as being instrumental in building BP’s interaction ‘Pensionsline’ members’ website, Antony also built and sold a niche administration business in Leeds that is still considered one of the forerunners in its field.
In relation to PPF Transitions and Scheme wind ups, Antony wound up his first pension scheme in 1992 and this has been a major part of his career since then. He was involved in the establishment of both the Financial Assistance Scheme and the Pensions Protection Fund and works in partnership with the PPF in certain of its cutting edge initiatives.
Much of his working life has been spent saving pension schemes and their sponsors from demise. He is known as one of a handful of leading experts in PPF related scheme compromises and regulatory apportionments.
Antony has worked closely with the Pensions Regulator on many occasions, including the high profile Silentnight and Telent cases. He has also advised the Government on their most recent re-invigorating pensions initiative.
He is a qualified actuary (Statutory Scheme Actuary 1997 to 2009) and extremely proficient in all actuarial pensions work.