Pareto Financial Planning, the award-winning Manchester based financial services business, announced that it has appointed Joseph Warne as senior Employee Benefits Consultant.
Joseph Warne has more than 17 years experience in pensions and employee benefits starting at KPMG before moving to PwC and finally Mercer before taking up his position at Pareto Financial Planning.
Joseph specialises in corporate pensions and employee benefits, partnering with companies to design and manage sustainable pension and employee benefit strategies. He supports small SMEs up to large multinationals and has a track record of delivering savings by implementing pension salary exchange programmes for business.
Joseph Warne, Senior Employee Benefits Consultant, Pareto Financial Planning, said: “I joined Pareto because its proposition on employee benefits mirrors my vision combined with a senior team commitment to grow the team. Most importantly, Pareto has a great reputation and is truly independent which is something I see as being vital in the current climate for corporate pension and employee benefit advisors.”
Paul Stones, Managing Director, Pareto Financial Planning, said: “The senior appointment of Joseph further strengthens our Employee Benefits team as we continue to grow and add trusted experience to our team. As an independent IFA we are committed to our values of integrity and service.”
Pareto Financial Planning has more than £1 billion of assets under management and was named as one of the Top 100 advisers in the UK by the Financial Times in 2023.
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