UK - Lane Clark & Peacock has appointed a record eight new partners in a bid to boost its actuarial business.
The firm promoted Michael Berg, Jill Bourne, Charl Cronje, Andrew Fortescue, Ken Willis and Jonathan Wright on the pensions side, and Mark McCausland and Philip Towell as partners on the general insurance team.
LCP senior partner Martin Slack said: “This reflects both the success the firm has had over the past few years and the confidence we have in the future.
“We are very aware that we operate in a fast-moving, highly competitive business environment where – if we wish to carry on growing as we have – we have to offer clients the best possible service and the most innovative solutions to the challenges that face them.”
LCP now has 54 partners and over 260 staff based in London, Winchester and Manchester.
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