22nd Jan 2019

20-20 Trustees appoints Naomi L’Estrange as Managing Director

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Naomi L’Estrange as Managing Director of 20-20 Trustees with immediate effect.

Naomi has successfully led 20-20 Trustees’ Nottingham office for several years and has over 20 years’ experience in pensions, having worked for Herbert Smith Freehills, the PPF and government, designing the moral hazard powers in the 2004 Pensions Act. She chairs several large pension schemes and was recently recognised as Trustee of the Year at the Professional Pensions, Women in Pensions awards.

Antony Miller, who was a founding shareholder and CEO of 20-20 Trustees will continue as a Lead Director and shareholder, focusing on developing strategy and delivering innovation for some of 2020 Trustees’ most prominent clients, including the Pension SuperFund. Antony comments: “I am delighted that Naomi has agreed to take on the role as MD. Her background as a professional coach combined with her hands on experience and knowledge of the industry and her reputation for sound leadership makes her an ideal choice. She can bring all of the abilities that have made her into one of the leading trustees in the country to help take 20-20 Trustees through the next stage in its development, turning it into the independent professional trustee firm of choice in the UK. I look forward to working alongside Naomi, with our diverse and extremely talented team.”

Naomi added: “I joined 20-20 Trustees five years ago and have seen it grow into one of the best independent trustee firms in the UK, with a reputation for acting sensibly, delivering improvements, creating and encouraging innovation and overcoming obstacles. With our impressive team of talented Directors and the experts we are bringing on board over the coming months, we are able to help many more pension schemes improve their governance, work better with their sponsors and meet the challenges they face.”