About Robert Gardner

I am co-CEO of Redington, we advise 10 of the top 25 pension funds in the UK and we are building Redington into a global force in the pensions industry. Our objective is to ensure the next generation can continue to be better off than the last.

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© Robert Gardner 2013
26th of October, 2013

Building Pensions SuperTeams

“If you want to go fast, go alone.

If you want to go far, go together.”

- African Proverb

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22nd of September, 2013

United We Conquer – We Survived the Yomp

Hugh EwartIt’s 1943. A young Hugh Ewart aged eighteen arrives by train at Spean Bridge. He is part of a band of recruits from across the armed services that have been selected to do the newly created Commando course on the Achnacarry Estate. On disembarking the train they are told they have to speed-march eight miles  up to Achnacarry Castle in under an hour. Failure to do so means being immediately returned to unit (RTU).

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12th of September, 2013

The power of a clear end in mind

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4th of September, 2013

Mission Complete – This year I am “Surviving the Yomp”

Thank You for caring and making a real difference. Twelve Months ago on Monday 3rd September 2012 I took the leap and took on the Descent the Shard. Why, to raise serious amounts of money for charity, and to push myself way outside of my comfort zone.

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31st of August, 2013

Why we need six honest serving men to solve the pensions challenge

Thanks to Rudyard Kipling’s six honest serving men we have a mindset, toolset and skill set to understand and solve the challenges that face our pension funds.

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Categories:  7 Step Framework Pensions
27th of July, 2013

What lessons can be learnt from the Olympics? the importance of mindset, skill set and toolset

On Friday 27th July 2012 the London Olympics inspired the world. Athletes in Team GB, such as, Jessica Ennis, Mo Farrah, and Andy Murray demonstrated to the world the ability to win gold medals and achieve incredible goals. What is the common thread of high performance that these and all other olympic athletes demonstrate? Can we learn from them and apply them to solve the global pensions challenge? I have identified 3, the importance of mindset, skill set and toolset:

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22nd of July, 2013

VUCA – The Acronym of our Time

For those managing personal or institutional money, the world is becoming more Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous.

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