THE ARIES INSIGHT TEAM
The Aries Insight team has a huge knowledge base, not surprising for what is the pensions industry's one-stop intelligence resource. For more than 25 years, clarifying and simplifying the complexities of pensions legislation and not just the UK . . . our coverage extends to overseas pensions regimes from Malta to the Channel Islands, to Australia and beyond. Our skilled team of pensions experts is ready to assist with even the most difficult technical problems.
Gary Chamberlin is the Aries leader on pension calculations, in particular for the post A-Day protection of tax free lump sums and for statutory money purchase and SIPP illustrations. He is a founder of Aries, and now runs the IT and web development side.
Ian Neale is the “man of the moment” for Aries Insight. He ruthlessly follows up every new development in pensions, and reports regularly and precisely to Aries clients on the detail. He writes a monthly blog for Pension Funds Online, and is often quoted in the pensions press. He runs the publicity and marketing side of Aries.
Dave King is the Aries Insight expert on the tax regime for pensions, safely guiding Aries clients through the risky minefield created by FA 2004 and later Acts. His experience & energy in tackling technical questions in pensions is of the first order - if there is a practical solution to a problem, Dave will find it.
Rachel Moss is the Aries Insight expert on legal matters. She researches and collates pensions case law, covering the UK and other jurisdictions such as Australia, Europe & the USA. She covers equal treatment issues for Aries, also the Local Government Scheme.
Helen Sudell is the Aries Insight expert on auto-enrolment and state pensions. She also researches and advises on overseas pensions, including the Isle of Man, the Channel Islands, Ireland, Australia & New Zealand.
Terri Scooper is the Aries administration manager, looking after licensing and invoicing matters for the company. She also helped to create and develop the original Aries website and now looks after password access to the new one.