International Pensions, Health & Social Security Consultancy
Callund Consulting is a firm of economists, actuaries, and public sector specialists providing dedicated advice to governments and industry internationally on pensions, social security and health reform. They undertake broad ranging projects, from policy development through to implementation, and frequently sub-contract a variety experienced consultants with policy, hands-on and local expertise which complements their own.
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Projects typically provide technical assistance to governments of developing and transitional countries, relying mainly on funding from multilateral development banks (eg: the World Bank) and bi-lateral donors.
Participants should usually have a Masters degree or higher, or be able to demonstrate good experience (at least 5 years) in a particular field of the pensions, health or social security sectors.
Participants will typically be paid consulting fees, commensurate with their level of experience and qualifications, as well as per diems and expenses.
Web Site: www.callund.com
57 High Street
Maidenhead SL6 1JT
Phone: +44 1628 776640
Fax: +44 1628 776624
Registration / Application
Participants can register by sending their CV to email@example.com.
See the "Working with us" section of the Callund web sitewebsite for further information.
History: David Callund established Callund Consulting in 1975 in the UK, to offer international employee benefits and actuarial advice. In 1978, he was appointed special adviser to the Chilean government on pension reform, and has built the company's public policy practice from this base.
Current age range of advisors: 25 to 60 years
Current average advisor age: 35 years
Volunteers registered: 150 (as of 28-Dec-01).
Field Projects executed: 5 in 2001.
Advisors sent on field projects: 30 in 2001.
Budget: $1,600,000 (fiscal 2001) - 60% international
Callund Consulting currently has projects in 31 countries in 9 Regions (Africa: 1, Asia: 3, Central America: 4, Caribbean: 1, Eastern Europe: 9, Middle East: 2, South America: 4, Southeast Asia: 2, Western Europe: 5)
Our goal is to contribute to the improvement of health, social security and income security worldwide, through the provision of independent and impartial, practical and defensible, sensitive and sustainable advice on the financing and delivery of social security and health.