actuary; founder, First Actuarial
Hilary is an actuary who advises trustees and employers on pensions. She also works with trade unions where she assists in collective bargaining situations and advises on the pension schemes run by trade unions themselves. She has worked extensively with the Communication Workers Union devising the ground-breaking Collective Defined Contribution proposal which ended their dispute with Royal Mail.
Hilary also provides policy advice to a number of organisations and is the independent actuarial adviser to the NHS Pension Scheme’s Scheme Advisory Board. She is also a member of the Policy and Public Affairs Board of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
Hilary has two grown up sons, a lovingly tended garden, a VW campervan and a season ticket to Old Trafford.
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