Colin England is a Senior Consulting Actuary at Bolton and has more than thirty-seven years of actuarial experience, including work with public sector, private sector and multiemployer plans defined benefit pension, defined contribution and welfare plans. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (1987) an Enrolled Actuary (1988), a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries (2008) a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (2014) and a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (1990). Colin is an expert in the design, funding, administration and termination of defined benefit retirement plans. He has also worked extensively with defined contribution and post-retirement medical plans. Colin is also an experienced expert witness, having been involved in several trials, testifying in the Smith Corona, GM, Raytheon, GE, Unisys, Chicago Public Schools and NOILA trials or hearings, as well as in deposition. He has also testified three times in arbitrations.
Tacoma Park, Maryland
Colin is married and has four children, two of whom live in Bethesda, one in Portland, OR, and one in Brooklyn, NY. His wife is a cancer researcher at the National Institutes of Health.
He is interested in oriental carpets and has made seven presentations about them at the Textile Museum in Washington, DC. The most recent of which was about his trip to Iran in 2016. Colin served for six years on the Textile Museum’s Advisory Council.
He enjoys traveling, playing bridge, taking long walks, watching wild life (including birding), visiting natural wonders, gardening, visiting museums and historical sites, listening to music, visiting with family, and learning about different cultures.