UK - Hewitt Associates has appointed Caroline Allensby-Green to its UK investment consulting team.
Allensby-Green, a qualified actuary, has joined Hewitt after more than 10 years at Aon Consulting
She said: “This is a challenging time for many pension schemes seeking both to reduce inherent risk and deliver enhanced returns from their assets.”
This was the latest addition to the Hewitt Investment Consulting practice and followed the recent appointment of Tim Currell to Hewitt’s Leeds office.
Hewitt Associates head of UK Investment Consulting, Andrew Tunningley, said: “Her background of working with a wide range of clients on a variety of solutions, has allowed Caroline to explore many of the latest investment ideas and to develop an in-depth understanding of how schemes can cope with the realities and pressures of today’s investment marketplace."
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