UK - Gissings has recruited Bill Sharp (pictured) as practice leader professional standards in its actuarial practice from Mercer.
Sharp qualified as an Actuary in 1972 and holds a Scheme Actuary certificate. He was with Mercer for 16 years.
His role at Gissings will involve him working with clients in the role of Scheme Actuary and setting and monitoring professional standards for Gissings' actuarial practice as a whole.
Andrew Dawson, Deputy managing director said: We have known Bill Sharp for many years and are delighted that he has decided to join Gissings. Bill is an experienced professional with a wealth of knowledge about all aspects of defined benefit pension plans. He enjoys working with clients and helping them deal with the difficult funding and investment issues that plan sponsors and trustees must grapple with.
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