Watson Wyatt is the 50th firm to join the UK trade body ð the ninth since January this year and contributing to the 22% growth in the MCA’s membership in 2004.
The global consulting business specialises in employee benefits, human capital strategies and technology and has more than 6,000 associates in 89 offices spread across 30 countries. Its corporate offices are in Reigate in Surrey and Washington in the US.
Babloo Ramamurthy, Watson Wyatt’s managing partner for Europe, said he was ‘delighted’ to have been accepted as a member of the MCA.
MCA director Sarah Taylor said: ‘This is an exciting time for us and although the membership base is growing, we are committed to keeping a very close eye on the standard of new members joining the association.
‘This is so that clients can be assured when choosing to work with an accredited MCA firm.’
Nine consulting firms have joined the MCA this year so far. The new members are Boxwood, SD Partners, Charter Solutions, Quest Worldwide, Vertex, Rossmore, CM Insight, Oakleigh and Watson Wyatt.
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