PracticeAccounting FirmsBDO expands risk benefits team

BDO expands risk benefits team

BDO has expanded its risk benefits team with four key appointments

BDO
Stoy Hayward Investment Management
has expanded its risk benefits team, with
made four key appointments aimed at developing its corporate client offering.

Matthew Norton has switched from KPMG as a senior consultant, specialising in
flex consulting. His role will be to advise clients on flex solutions and
supporting Rebekah Haymes, risk benefits director, to grow the firm’s flex
business.

Allyson Gayle has been appointed associate consultant, specialising in risk
and healthcare consulting. She previously worked at Lane Clark and Peacock.

Heema Mistry and Stephanie Corr will join the risk benefits team as assistant
consultants from Hymans Robertson and Aon, respectively.

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