UK - Rebecca Collinson has been appointed group pensions and benefits manager at Kingston Communications.
Collinson will be responsible for managing Kingston’s various pension schemes as well as employee benefits, such as life assurance, private medical insurance, permanent health insurance, critical illness and hospital cash plans.
As trustee of two of the company’s pension schemes, Collinson is also secretary to the trustees of the Kingston Communications’ final salary scheme.
She joins from global electronic and industrial components distributor Premier Farnell, where she managed employee benefits for Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
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