PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG expands pensions advice team

KPMG expands pensions advice team

Three new partners come on board

KPMG has expanded its
corporate pensions practice after signing up three new partners, all from
traditional actuarial pensions advisory companies.

The new partners are Eddie Hodgart and Lee Jagger who have joined KPMG’s
London practice and Ian Warman, who has joined KPMG’s Leeds office.

Hodgart joins from Watson Wyatt
where he was a senior consultant, while Jagger comes from Hewitt Associates,
(previously Bacon & Woodrow), where he was responsible for leading and
co-ordinating all the client management activity for large corporate clients.
Warman is currently head of
Hewitt
Associates’
Leeds office and leads their Corporate Pensions Consulting.

Further reading:

Pensions fears over over-funded schemes

Employee benefits: pensions

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