UK - Mercer Human Resource Consulting is to provide actuarial, investment, legal and benefit consulting services to the Omnetica Pension Plan.
The move follows the launch of a new defined contribution plan at the firm, which is expected to have a membership in excess of 600.
Mercer senior consultant Mark Whitcombe said: “This is an important relationship for Mercer and we very much look forward to working in partnership with Omnetica to provide optimum benefits for its staff.”
Omnetica – which offers network solutions and services for enterprises and service providers – has approximately 1000 staff throughout Europe.
It was set up in September 2002 and consists of the former Siemens Network Systems of the UK, Arche Communications in France and PRES in Italy.
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts – a US private equity firm – owns 81% of the firm with Siemens holding the remaining 19%.
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