Consultancies and fund managers are undertaking a massive expansion of their defined contribution teams in a bid to meet client demand ahead of auto-enrolment, PP can reveal.
In the last three months, firms including Mercer, Towers Watson, KPMG, BlackRock and Aon Hewitt have all made significant hires to their DC teams in a bid to be able to provide schemes with the advice...
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