LawDebenture publishes on its website:
“Law Debenture (“LawDeb”) welcomes a new Director, Natalie Winterfrost, to its Pension Trustee team.
An experienced actuary, Natalie has considerable investment consulting and asset management experience gained over more than 20 years in the industry.
She joins LawDeb from Aberdeen Standard Investments, where she worked as a Client Director for 13 years. Prior to this, she worked as an Investment Consultant at both PwC and Aon Consulting.
Natalie has far-reaching expertise in successful stakeholder engagement, building long-term relationships in the context of both technical challenge and strategic decision making. She is a CFA Charterholder and previously chaired the CFA Society of the UK; she was awarded a Fellowship in 2017 in recognition of her contribution.
Mark Ashworth, Chair of LawDeb Pension Trustees, commented: “At Law Debenture, we pride ourselves on having a collegiate approach and a strong culture of knowledge sharing. We believe that having a diverse team with a wide range of skill sets produces the best results for our clients, and we are looking forward to the new perspective that Natalie will bring.
“Natalie has deep and diverse experience in the industry and we are thrilled to have someone of her stature joining the team.”
Natalie Winterfrost, Director, LawDeb Pension Trustees, said: “I am delighted to be embarking on a new career as a professional trustee. Law Debenture’s strong reputation as the pre-eminent provider in this space attracted me to the role, and I am excited about working alongside a team of leading pension industry experts.
“After a varied career in pension and investment, I look forward to bringing my experience to bear serving on and leading trustee boards, as I help them navigate through the many and diverse challenges faced by the pensions industry.”
Ian McKinlay, Chief Investment Officer of the Lloyds Banking Group pensions schemes, commented: “I’ve known Natalie for many years. She’s the consummate professional, hugely experienced, and gives her time generously to others. She’s the stuff that good trustees are made of, I expect her to excel in her new role.”