People Moves Royal Bank of Scotland appoints Carol Young By Jennifer Paterson 14th January 2014 5:00 am 3rd November 2015 5:08 pm Royal Bank of Scotland has appointed Carol Young pensions chief. She previously spent nearly five years as pensions manager at Heineken UK, and almost 10 years as an investment consultant at Mercer. Analysis news Pensions Are default investment funds fit for purpose? news Pensions BBC’s DB pension deficit rises to £2bn Employee Benefits Insight news Pensions DOD’s blog: Are DC default funds value for money? news Executives ‘boss-napped’ over redundancy pay news Pay strategy Pay rises for non-executive directors set to end Latest ArticlesComments Opinion Motivation and recognition Dr Shainaz Firfiray: How can employers promote employee motivation? news Healthcare and wellbeing EXCLUSIVE: 35% of organisations have no strategy to reduce sickness absence news Pensions Dominic Chappell loses appeal against BHS conviction news Voluntary benefits EXCLUSIVE: Thames Valley Police launches voluntary benefits portal for 8,000 staff Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.