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Barnett Waddingham
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Damian Stancombe

Partner and Head of Workplace Health and Wealth

Damian heads up the Workplace Health and Wealth team for Barnett Waddingham. He advises a range of UK corporate and trustee clients on their workplace health and wealth issues; from scheme design through to ongoing governance for defined contribution arrangements.

Essentially, anything that employers use to recruit, retain and improve their workforce and aligning it with their corporate culture.

Damian has particular expertise in scheme design and establishing and delivering communication and member engagement plans.

His extensive experience, clear advice and proactive approach have helped him to become a trusted consultant to a wide range of UK & multi-national businesses.


Significant experience:

  • DC pension provision for some of the most well-known retail and construction companies
  • setting up some of the largest DC schemes in the UK
  • closures of DB establishments and replacing with quality Group Personal Pension plans
  • providing an education piece and effective member engagement for the workforce
 

Comment & Insight

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  • Blog post Engaging millennials with benefits: a guide for employers

    In order for any organisation to be successful, it needs a benefit strategy and supporting policies in place that cover the needs of a diverse workforce. It’s been said lots of times before that a one size fits all approach really doesn’t cut it anymore.

  • Blog post Financial wellbeing – fad or fundamental?

    You may be considering whether your business should commit spend to a financial wellbeing strategy - can you be certain this will deliver value into the future or will this be a forgotten trend and sunk cost come 2020?

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