Advisory Board

Brian Hague

Brian Hague, MA Cantab, is a Member of the DWA Investment Advice Oversight Committee and chairs the DWA Executive Board. Brian has 40 years’ experience in financial services. Following work with a number of banks, lenders and life companies including Friends Provident, Brian was employed for 15 years with Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow. Brian developed some original ideas on re-engineering member communications for both paper and then linking to website capabilities to enable scheme members to better appreciate their likely pensions.

Paul Boerboom

Paul Boerboom is a Member of the DWA Investment Advice Oversight Committee. Paul is Founder and Managing Director of Avida International, a practitioner and specialist on best practice pension management; Avida clients include Shell, Unilever, Metro, Ahold, Q8, Randstad, ABN AMRO pension funds and The Pensions Trust. Paul was educated at Harvard and Wharton; formerly with Shell.

Martyn Dorey

Martyn Dorey, FIA, provides risk, governance and investment consultancy services at DWA. He is Vice President of the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce, and chairs their Finance, Tax and Legal sub-committee. He has won national awards for innovation, including the Society of Actuaries award for 'Paper of the Year' for his work on modelling dependencies. Martyn is also an industry partner to the University of Leicester Actuarial Faculty.

Neil Warrender

Neil is Managing Partner of LPR Consulting LLP which provides compliance, accounting, company secretarial and general business support to mainly small financial services firms. He also acts as Compliance Officer to a number of small firms including DWA UK’s former principal. Formerly Director of Compliance and Accounts at RAB Capital plc, Neil was responsible for compliance, management and statutory accounts and for managing new fund launches. During his time at RAB, Neil project managed more than 20 fund launches. In 2006 Neil was chosen by AIMA to be one of 15 experts advising the European Commission on hedge funds. Neil successfully trained as a chartered accountant with Ernst & Young and his roles since include a spell on a supervision team with the FSA.