Towers Perrin's investment consulting head John Conroy has left the company to join investment manager Gensec, with effect from July, 2001.
Conroy’s move to Gensec follows the company’s recent purchase of Punter Southall’s investment consulting practice.
Conroy has been with Towers Perrin for 12 years. He will be temporarily replaced by David Carse, current head of the employee benefits division, until Towers Perrin finds a permanent replacement.
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