Meet the team

Executive Team

Alan Morahan

Managing Director, Employee Benefits

Alan is Managing Director of Employee Benefits at PS Aspire. He recognises that the world of benefits in the workplace is often shrouded in jargon and is passionate about taking the complicated and turning it into something understandable.

As a recognised expert in his field, Alan's opinion is highly valued by leading industry publications. As well as managing the Employee Benefits business he is still a relationship person at heart. 

Stephen Greenstreet

Managing Director, Proposition Development

Stephen joined Punter Southall in 2012. He has over 30 years' management experience and is currently Managing Director, Proposition Development, specialising in Employee Benefits and Workplace Savings & Solutions. Stephen was also the founder of ASPIRE to retire (a market leader in Pre- and At-Retirement services) which forms an integral part of Punter Southall Aspire.

Gareth Sawyer

Managing Director, Workplace Solutions

Gareth oversees a newly formed division within PS Aspire focusing on the design, build and delivery of innovative and technology-driven products and propositions for the workplace solutions market.

He is a strategist and business developer with over 37 years' in-depth knowledge and experience in senior roles and is renowned for his passionate, considered and pragmatic approach. 

Jon Webster

Managing Director, Health & Risk

Jon has over 30 years’ experience in advising and guiding organisations on their employee benefit programmes. He specialises in helping organisations through the change and implementation of benefit solutions that overcome their particular challenges. 

This detailed knowledge of various benefit types has enabled him to help clients determine the right balance of savings, protection and other workplace benefits to maximise value from their benefits budget.




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