PracticeConsultingDeloittes in Bacon & Woodrow merger

Deloittes in Bacon & Woodrow merger

Actuarial firm Bacon & Woodrow has announced that its insurance practice will be joining Deloitte & Touche's financial services division.

The new business, called B&W Deloitte, will add to D&T’s actuarial consulting capabilities throughout Europe. Separately B&W’s employee benefits practice will be joining consultancy firm Hewitt Associates.

UK senior partner and global managing partner of the assurance, accounting and advisory business, said of the move: ‘The synergies between our businesses provide strong growth opportunities for the merged practice and will create exvellent opportunities for B&W staff.’

‘The culture fit is good…B&W Deloitte will provide our firm with a platform for fast growth in the European financial and health sectors,’ he added.

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Bacon & Woodrow

Deloitte & Touche

Hewitt Associates

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