Our specialists make the pension transition possible
In the coming four years, more is going to change in the pension sector than in the past four decades. The most salient developments are the arrival of changesa in laws and regulations, stricter sustainability requirements from society, and the many opportunities and risks presented by new technologies.
Our network of interim managers and associate partners specialises in developing, planning and optimising such transformations. Read more:
Developments in the pension sector
More is going to change in the pension sector in the coming years than in the past four decades. The most prominent developments are the arrival of changes in laws and regulations, including the Future of Pensions Act, more stringent sustainability requirements from society, and the many opportunities and risks presented by new technologies.
These developments are accompanied by two complicating factors. First, these developments are all happening more or less simultaneously. Second, everyone within the pensions industry suddenly needs the same specialists who can implement these changes.
Associate Partners and interim managers
Boer & Croon has a unique network of Associate Partners and interim managers with extensive experience in developing, planning and optimising major transformations.
These specialists can help pension funds and pension administrators determine the right strategy and implement the changes in a sustainable way. They set up the right teams, define responsibilities and bring together different disciplines within the organisation.
We also offer executive-search capacity under the YESS brand to help organisations find permanent capacity to meet the challenges of the future.
Collaboration between different domains
Boer & Croon has an extensive track record of carrying out transformations. These large change assignments succeed because we first establish an overarching architecture within which the various domains can work together. Such a holistic approach enables more focused organisation, investment and adjustment. This applies to both the process structure, the IT structure and the services.
Such a comprehensive change process starts with critically evaluating the organisational structure and clearly defining responsibilities.