BLUEFIN and Redington have created an investment consulting offering for the smallto medium-sized pension
Bluefin will access Redington’s Asset Liability Management (ALM), risk analytics and capital markets
expertise through a technology platform to deliver value to small-to medium-sized defined benefit pension schemes.
Bluefin provides its clients with a full range of services, from actuarial and administration to strategic asset allocation and “flight-path” monitoring.
The move is designed to give Bluefin clients greater access to innovative and robust risk management and investment solutions which are normally only available to much bigger pension schemes.
Nick Burns, managing director of Bluefin Corporate Consulting, says: “Redington’s cutting-edge Asset Liability Management analytics and deep understanding of the capital markets allows them to provide innovative and bespoke solutions to clients with larger schemes, where they have already established an impressive and enviable reputation in a comparatively short time. We are now in a position to deliver a service to a significant number of small to medium-sized pension schemes that simply didn’t have access to this type of solution before.”
Robert Gardner, co-chief executive of Redington, says: “We are seeing a new era of enterprise collaboration and we are excited to be working with Bluefin in order to meet a common goal: to get our clients fully-funded with a minimal level of risk. Bluefin has a reputation for delivering
outstanding holistic benefits solutions to their clients and this is a great opportunity to use our technology and IP to broaden this set of solutions.”