UK - Watson Wyatt has appointed Neil Puxley as a senior consultant in its account management team.
Puxley joins from Hymans Robertson where he advised companies and trustees on all aspects of private sector pensions. At Watson Wyatt, he will develop all aspects of account management across the business.
Puxley said: I'm pleased to be working with Watson Wyatt in Edinburgh. The firm has a vast range of services to offer and a total commitment to putting its clients first. As a result, we are very well placed to help companies in Scotland deal with the difficult challenges that lie ahead. It is a very exciting opportunity
Arthur Zegleman, Watson Wyatt’s managing consultant based in Edinburgh added: I am delighted to welcome Neil to our team in Edinburgh. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and will help us to continue to develop our market leading position.
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