UK - Global consultant Watson Wyatt has appointed Gareth Boyd as a senior consultant to its benefits practice.
Boyd rejoins Watson Wyatt - where he worked between 1991 and 1997 as a trainee actuary and then as a benefits consultant - from rivals Hymans Robertson and brings expertise in scheme design and mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to this, he was part of Arthur Andersen's human capital services practice where he provided advice on employee benefits.
He reports to Watson Wyatt partner John Ball.
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