With the life and pensions sector traditionally hampered by legacy systems and a mindset focused on managing risk rather than digital innovation, the need for continuous technology investment, in partnership with a progressive pensions policy is needed to secure better retirement outcomes


About the authors

Natanje Holt

Business Development Manager, EMEA

Based in our London office, Natanje’s role focuses on developing relationships with workplace and retirement businesses in Europe and the UK. Alongside a long history in technology and business services, Natanje spent almost three years as chair of the Retirement Council at the Tax Incentivised Savings Association (TISA).

Scott Kendall

Product Manager, Superannuation, APAC

Scott Kendall has over 15 years experience in the Australian superannuation industry. Having held various senior positions, he has an extensive understanding of the superannuation landscape in Australia, with experience in allocated pension products, insurance contracts, unit pricing processes and managing the transition of superannuation funds across administration platforms.

Martin Gould

National Relationship Executive, APAC

Martin Gould is the National Relationship Executive for Bravura Solutions in New Zealand, managing ongoing customer relationships and business development. He is responsible for identifying and pursuing opportunities to address business needs of New Zealand organisations in the wealth management and life insurance industry. Martin has a deep knowledge of financial services and IT from his 30 years’ experience in financial services with software vendors in Australia and New Zealand.