UK - Merill Lynch Investment Managers (MLIM) has added two to its global consultants group (GCG) and appointed Anne Swift to its Defined Contribution (DC) Pension team.
Swift, who joins from Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow where she was a senior consultant and DC specialist, will take up the position of relationship manager and investment officer on the DC team.
Expanding its GCG, MLIM said it has hired David Helson as a director and Hannah Raines as a vice president.
Raines joins from Watson Wyatt, where she was an investment consultant while Helson joins following a two-year sabbatical. He was formerly at American Express Asset Management.
Raines and Helson will report to managing director John Gee-Grant, who has headed GCG since its inception in 1999.
“We all strongly believe in working in partnership with clients and consultants and I’m delighted that people with the experience of David and Hannah are joining the group,” Gee-Grant said.
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