Options Managing Director Christine Hallett recognised as one of the world’s most successful and innovative female business leaders

Options Managing Director Christine Hallett has deservedly been recognised as one of the world’s most successful and innovative female business leaders in CEO Today magazine’s 2020 Business Women of the Year Awards.
She has received an award in the financial services category which is based on the impact on the business and their sector, and achievements in driving the equality agenda within the business and beyond.
Christine said: "I'm delighted to win this award, but I regard it as a recognition of what the business has achieved, not just my own contribution. Everyone in the Options team believes strongly in the principle of equality and we are doing everything we can to promote positive change within the sector.”
Here’s some more interesting information about our MD which might inspire more women pursuing their own careers in business:
Christine has more than 30 years' experience in financial services working for a number of blue-chip companies.
As Managing Director of Options she leads a business which currently administers in excess of £1.7billion across a range of corporate and personal pension schemes.
She has an MBA from Loughborough University, and gained valuable experience early in her career at Abbey National, Midland Bank and Pointon York.
Options began in October 2009 when Christine launched the business to provide UK pension administration and trustee services for personal pensions for individuals with Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs); for partnerships with Small Self-Administered Schemes (SSASs); and for Workplace Pension schemes to meet the government auto-enrolment requirements for all employers. She also introduced and built up a highly successful specialist UK commercial property team.
Away from work Christine is a loyal fan of MK Dons FC – and is proud to live and work in Milton Keynes where Options is based.