UK - Watson Wyatt Investment Consulting has been awarded a mandate by the pension fund trustees of the Taylor Woodrow Group Pension & Life Assurance Fund
Taylor Woodrow pension funds manager Duncan Brown today confirmed the mandate, which will see Watson Wyatt carry out a review of asset allocation strategy and investment manager structure.
“Following business acquisitions, we have a legacy of several pension schemes which have now been merged and felt it was an appropriate time to review our position, he said.
Watson Wyatt European investment consulting head Kevin Carter added: “We are delighted and proud to have been chosen for this mandate to provide investment advice to the Taylor Woodrow trustees.”
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