UK - Watson Wyatt has appointed Kevin Carter as a senior consultant in its investment practice.
Carter joins Watson Wyatt after a career in investment management, having held senior positions including CIO and CEO of Old Mutual Asset Managers. His experience encompassed managing its operations in the US as well as the UK.
Nick Watts, European head of investment consulting at Watson Wyatt, said: I am really pleased to welcome Kevin Carter to Watson Wyatt and delighted he has decided to embark on his new career with us. The wealth of investment and general management experience he brings will be of enormous benefit to us and our clients.
Carter will be involved in advising some of Watson Wyatt's largest pension scheme clients and supporting the firm's manager research effort.
Kevin Carter said: This is a major career change for me but I am very attracted by the opportunity to work with people of the calibre of Watson Wyatt consultants and in a field to which I feel I can contribute significantly.
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