Redington strengthens Investment Consulting team with appointment of Carolyn Schuster-Woldan from LCP


(Tuesday, Feb, 05, 2019)
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Redington has announced the appointment of Carolyn Schuster-Woldan as a Managing Director in its Investment Consulting team.

She joins Redington from LCP where she was a lead consultant to a range of DB schemes, advising on objective setting, strategy and implementation. In addition, Carolyn led the firm’s research efforts into private credit and direct lending, as well as implementing a number of initiatives to increase diversity and inclusion within the firm.

She brings over 20 years of experience, having worked previously at Mercer and Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow.

Patrick O’Sullivan, Head of Investment Consulting at Redington, said: “Carolyn is one of those rare individuals who is able to combine deep technical expertise with the empathy and communication skills required to develop meaningful, long-term, relationships with her clients. With more schemes choosing to appoint Redington as their investment consultant, we’re always looking to bring the right individuals into the team. I am absolutely delighted that Carolyn has joined to help us maintain and enhance the quality of advice and intense focus on client specific needs that schemes have come to expect from working with us. Her skills and experience – both in consulting and private credit research – will further strengthen our bench of senior consultants, who are supported by our dedicated manager research team, proprietary risk analytics and cutting edge technology.

Carolyn Schuster-Woldan said: “I am really excited to be joining the team at Redington. I have long been an admirer of their progressive culture and consistently strong reputation with clients; a reputation built on applying rigorous technical analysis and significant research resource in a practical and accessible way. I am looking forward to helping Redington to continue to find and deliver better ways to improve the financial security of its clients’ members and sponsors.”


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