Bacon & Woodrow (B&W) has promoted four of its UK based pensions and investments consultancy staff to partner level.
Andrew Tunningley, based in London; Andy Staddon, based in Leeds; Sarah Kenyon, formerly an associate at B&W's Epsom; and Mark Jones of B&W’s compliance consultancy unit, all move up to partner level.
Jones advises clients on compliance with the Financial Services Authority (FSA), risk management and on pensions mis-selling reviews.
By Geoffrey Ho
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