He has over a decade of experience of working with companies and pension schemes of all sizes, from FTSE 100 down to smaller UK businesses.
In addition, Liam is a member of our specialist liability management and member options team. His role on this team means he keeps up to date with trends and regulatory views, works closely with independent financial advisors to understand the evolving advice market and supports a range of clients looking to put in place better support for members at retirement and to run liability management exercises.
Liam has been a qualified actuary since 2009 and, in all his work, combines a professional and personable manner with technical expertise to deliver high quality advice to his clients.
DB pension plans are entering a new phase in their decades-long journey from valuable employee benefit to legacy financial arrangement.
Watch Barnett Waddingham's involvement at the FT’s inaugural CFO Dialogues event, in November.
The implications of Brexit are likely to affect almost every facet of the wider economy. Liam Mayne, associate at Barnett Waddingham, examines the potential issues that will arise for employers in relation to defined benefit (DB) pension obligations.
The next in our series of forums discussing current topical issues from the perspective of the employer
Location: Barnett Waddingham, London