David Weeks was elected as Co-Chair of the UK pension industry’s Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) in March 2016. The AMNT has 600 members, representing 400 occupational pension schemes, with assets under management of £600 billion. Members divide between defined benefit and defined contribution schemes on a 60: 40 basis.
David Weeks is a director of a defined benefit pension scheme, with a leading PLC in infrastructure services as the sponsoring employer. He is active in the affairs of the World Pensions Council, for whom he has made presentations to, and acted as rapporteur at, international conferences. Journals that have published contributions from him recently include “Revue Analyse Financiere”, “Professional Pensions”, “Engaged Investor” and “Pensions Expert”. He has been a judge for major UK pension awards.
In his previous career David Weeks has experience of both public and private sectors, and of their respective pensions regimes. Most recently, he served as a consultant or executive in UK Government Departments, including Home Office, Health, Trade and Industry, and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. Earlier, he worked in private sector business development and marketing, and in international advertising agencies. David Weeks is a graduate in history of the University of Bristol.
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