Monday, April 15, 2024

New senior technical leader joins WestBridge Group

WestBridge Group, which provides specialist tax advice and independent administration, consultancy, and trustee services for Small Self-Administered Pension Schemes (SSAS), has strengthened its technical team following the appointment of Janet Corbett as senior technical leader.

Janet has worked in the pensions industry for over 30 years and joins WestBridge SSAS having held senior pensions administration roles with Michael Ambrose Group and other leading SSAS providers.

Reporting to the head of pensions, Janet will be responsible for dealing with complex technical queries from account managers. She will also act as an interface with the compliance director to ensure the procedures are maintained and adhere to current and future legislation. Other aspects of her role include being responsible for supporting the competency and development of the SSAS account managers together with the administration of a small, dedicated SSAS portfolio.

Commenting on her appointment, David Santaney said: “Janet has built up an enviable reputation within the industry covering all areas of administration and technical support. She delivers a cradle to grave service to clients and will play a key technical and management role in the future growth of our business.”

Janet added: “Having previously worked with other members of the WestBridge SSAS team I am looking forward to helping the company build on its reputation as well as helping our account managers develop their competencies and manage their client portfolios in a way that is both customer focused and efficient.”

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