Mark Condron, Caroline Legg and Jill Mackenzie appointed as Professional Trustees
We are delighted to announce that Mark Condron, Caroline Legg and Jill Mackenzie have joined our team of Professional Trustees in response for continuing demand for our services. The full text of our press release follows:
Capital Cranfield has strengthened its team of Professional Trustees with the appointments of Mark Condron, Caroline Legg and Jill Mackenzie in response to increasing client demand. Their appointments mean the firm has appointed nine new Professional Trustees in the last year.
Condron is a qualified actuary who was a Senior Partner with Mercer, holding senior leadership roles as well as advising both corporates and trustee boards. He sits on the trustee boards of the Scottish & Newcastle Pension Plan and The People’s Pension.
Legg is a qualified solicitor who was formerly a partner at pensions law specialists Sackers. In addition to advising clients on a wide range of complex legal issues she also held trustee appointments as a Director of the firm’s professional trustee company Independent Trustee Limited.
Mackenzie is an experienced board and committee chair in the public and private sector whose experience includes chairing several DB schemes and sitting on the trustee board of NEST. Her earlier career was in senior leadership positions in the commercial sector and her Non-Executive appointments include a local government pension pool.
Commenting on the appointments Managing Director Neil McPherson said “Mark, Caroline and Jill are all proven senior level operators who will be strong additions to the Capital Cranfield team.
Their contrasting backgrounds allied to those of the other six new colleagues we have appointed over the last year bring a breadth and depth of experience and background to meet the growing demand for our services. They all share our core values of independence, collegiality and a pragmatic approach to protecting member interests”.