Sitting within the firm’s LGPS, People, Global Assets and Sustainable Investment teams respectively, the promotions reflect Redington’s continued execution of its outsized, purposeful growth and expansion journey, where the recently appointed Managing Directors all play a key leadership role.
Commenting on the promotions, Sylvia Pozezanac, CEO of Redington said: “We have ambitious plans – as we progress on our responsible and strategic growth journey – to support an increasing number of DB and DC pension schemes, while expanding our proposition for wealth managers, charities, the LGPS and other asset owners globally. At the same time, we are committed to maintaining an inclusive, diverse and purpose-driven workplace, supporting our unwavering mission of helping make 100 million people financially secure – for the benefit of people and planet.
“These five outstanding individuals and talented leaders perfectly embody the Redington values, and their promotions are an important recognition of their personal growth and success and their everyday contributions to making Redington a leader in our industry, an invaluable partner to our clients, and a fun, rewarding place for us all to work.
I am grateful for all our new Managing Directors have contributed to the business, and I look forward to working with them in their new roles and having them engage more broadly in our firm.”
Jill Davys joined Redington in 2021 and is Head of LGPS. Her role is to build strong partnerships and collaborations with key LGPS stakeholders to ensure the firm is a thought leader, and advocate, in the LGPS space.
Katherine FitzGerald is Redington’s Chief People Officer, having joined the business in 2020. She is a member of Redington’s Leadership Team and leads all aspects of the firm’s people agenda, strategy and operations. A key element of her role as Chief People Officer is a dedicated focus on evolving and maintaining Redington’s unique culture – with particular attention to employee well-being and engagement.
As Head of Global Assets, Tara Gillespie is responsible for leading and growing Redington’s advisory business across key strategic non-pension asset owners and intermediaries, both within the UK and internationally. She is also a member of Redington’s Sustainable Investment Committee.
Anastasia Guha joined in 2021 and is Global Head of Sustainable Investment. She leads the firm’s global sustainability strategy, integrating this across different business channels including Redington’s proprietary Ada Fintech platform, as well as expanding Redington’s capabilities across new global markets and with a broader class of asset owners including local authorities, endowments, foundations, and charities.
Paul Lee is Head of Stewardship and Sustainable Investment Strategy at Redington, having also joined in 2021. He oversees the delivery of Redington’s stewardship and sustainability services to clients, having spent more than two decades delivering ESG and stewardship services, and helping shape the market as a whole.
Overall effective July 2023, Redington has made 28 promotions across its Investment Consulting, Global Assets, ALM, Manager Research, Sustainable Investment and Development teams.