Chris Morton FFA

Associate and Senior Consulting Actuary

Chris specialises in actuarial and benefit consultancy services for public sector pension schemes across the UK, primarily the Local Government Pension Scheme.

Chris’s main role is advising LGPS Funds with setting and monitoring funding and risk management strategies, as well as providing support on employers entering / exiting the LGPS, bulk transfers, annual accounting disclosures and other ad-hoc projects.

Chris’s wider experience includes supporting sponsoring employers and trustees / pension schemes with responding to legislative and tax reforms pragmatically and effectively. He also supports with identifying and undertaking strategic change projects.


Chris’s main clients are Local Government Pension Funds and their associated governance committees and boards.

Significant experience

  • Public Sector consulting – Chris has worked with some of the largest LGPS Funds, as well as the largest schemes in the railways, energy and education sectors.
  • Employer consulting – Chris has extensive experience of advising employers on pension and employee benefit provision and governance, including automatic enrolment compliance and accounting for pension costs.
  • Proposition and product development – Chris has overseen the development of key quantitative propositions at each stage of his career.
  • Client account management and new business – Chris has experience of being responsible for overall client relationships and profitability for key clients.
  • Leadership and professional standards – Chris works closely with all levels of leadership and has been responsible for the creation of new in‐house professional materials and DEI policies across his career. 
  • Increasing engagement and understanding – Chris enjoys coaching and mentoring colleagues in professional and consulting skills, as well as supporting clients with improving pension and wider financial awareness across their workforce. 

Other experience

Chris’s passion for understanding and improving retirement outcomes saw him play a key part in the analysis of the retirement adequacy of 25.5m people in employment in the UK for the PLSA’s “Retirement Income Adequacy: Generation by Generation” research.  


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