JLT Employee Benefits has recruited former Prudential head of corporate pensions Martyn Bogira to lead development of the firm’s defined contribution offering.
Bogira, who joined the employee benefits firm as a director last month, will also oversee the development of JLT Employee Benefits’ Midlands operation.
JLT Employee Benefits managing director Malcolm Reynolds says: “Martyn has a wealth of experience on trust and
contract-based defined contribution arrangements as well as account development.
“In addition to taking on a portfolio owner role, Martyn will also focus on establishing JLT Employee Benefits in the local and central government markets as well as helping
to grow our presence in the
Bogira says: “This is a particularly exciting time to be joining such an innovative and ambitious company as JLT Employee Benefits. I am looking forward to being actively involved in the continuing growth and success of the team.”
Bogira has headed Prudential’s UK corporate pensions arm since May 1996. Before joining the insurer Bogira was client services director at pension consultant and independent adviser firm Noble Lowndes.
Chase de Vere head of communications Patrick Connolly says: “Whoever the Pru get in to replace Martyn will have some work to do because they aren’t really on the map when it comes to corporate pensions.
“There are better propositions out there and if they want to compete they need to improve their service both to clients and to advisers.”