UK - Paul Black (pictured) has left his post at Mellon Human Resources & Investor Solutions to join Lane Clark & Peacock as partner.
Black joins from Mellon Human Resources & Investor Solutions, where he was manager of the investment consulting business, a team he built up almost from scratch during his six year reign.
Previously, Black was also a senior consultant and actuary at Aon.
Mark Nicoll, partner at LCP, said that Black had a strong track record in advising pension schemes and was well respected in the industry.
He added: “His understanding of the pensions industry and the benefits of traditional and alternative investment strategies will enable LCP to develop effective solutions to the challenges faced by our clients.”
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