Sally Bridgeland, the former chief executive of the BP Pension Trustees, is joining the UK team of Dutch governance and outsourcing advisers Avida International in October in the role of senior adviser.The firm said Bridgeland, who left the £19bn (€24bn) UK corporate pension fund at the beginning of April, would “support Avida in shaping its services to expand its footprint in the UK pension fund market”.Commenting on why she had decided to take on the role at Avida, Bridgeland said: “I’ve been impressed by the investment governance expertise Avida can bring to bear and look forward to working with them.”She said the UK institutional investment market was set for big changes as it continued to mature. “There is a lot we can learn from how the Dutch have tackled the associated challenges,” she added.Bridgeland joined BP Pension Trustees in 2007 after working at Aon Hewitt and its predecessor Bacon & Woodrow for 20 years.She has non-executive roles at EDHEC, FTSE and the Worshipful Company of Actuaries. After she left the BP scheme, she said that it had been time to move on, and that she was going to talk to people in the pensions industry to see what the options were.Avida’s UK managing director Bart Heenk said the firm was delighted someone of Bridgeland’s calibre was joining the team.He said she would bring a lot of pension governance experience with her, allowing Avida to take on more projects and helping pension funds improve their operational efficiency.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder, Eberechi Eze, has described his teammate Bright Osayi-Samuel as a brother and a blessing to play with. Loading… “It’s a blessing because you don’t usually get to work with people you’ve grown up with. “He’s like a brother to me, so it’s good to share the field with him and it makes everything we do even more special.” The England-born players are eligible to feature for Nigeria as they are yet to play for the senior team of the Three Lions, and Eze had previously stated he is yet to make a decision on his international future. read also:Ex-England star reveals why Tottenham want Eberechi Eze The Anglo-Nigerians will hope to continue their impressive performances when football activities, which are currently suspended due to the outbreak of coronavirus, resume. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Anglo- Nigerians first played together in secondary school before reuniting at QPR in 2017 with Osayi-Samuel linking up with Eze, who has been with the Championship club since 2016. This season they have been in terrific form, scoring 18 goals and providing 12 assists between them and their form has generated interest from a number of European clubs. “Me and Bright weren’t in the same school team. We were in the same district team,” Eze told Football League World.Advertisement Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes10 Places On Our Planet Where The Most People LiveBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe World’s Most Desirable Fruit – Pink Pineapple