UK - Mercer Human Resource Consulting has been appointed to provide actuarial consulting services for the UK pension arrangements of T-Mobile. The defined benefit scheme has 5,500 active members and a fund size of £100m.
Mercer said that it was competing with Hewitt Bacon Woodrow, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Watson Wyatt for the mandate.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers were the previous incumbents. Mercer’s senior consultant David Hutchins said: “We believe that our experience of working with clients in the telecoms industry helped us to secure this important appointment. “We are delighted with this success and look forward to working in partnership with T-Mobile.”
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