UK - Jardine Lloyd Thompson Benefit Solutions (JLT) has made a senior appointment as part of a move to expand in Scotland.
Douglas Walker has quit Hymans Robertson to join JLT as the region’s new business development director.
Walker has spent more than 20 years working with and advising Scottish companies in the design and management of employee benefit programmes. His career has spanned a number of roles, including positions HSBC and William M Mercer.
He reports to John Broker, UK business development director for JLT.
JLT’s employee benefits group has revenues in excess of £50m and enjoyed organic growth of 24% in 2001. In total the firm comprises over 600 staff and has revenues of some £50m.
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