Gissings, one of the UK's leading employee benefit advisory firms, has appointed Chris Massey as divisional director.
Massey takes responsibility for three of the multi-disciplined teams that service Gissings’ clients. He will have oversee all client relationship issues that arise from the teams and has been tasked specifically with aiding client business growth. He reports to the directors of employee benefits.
Massey is a qualified actuary with more than 14 years' experience in group pensions. He joins Gissings from Lane Clark & Peacock where he was a partner and specialised in advising on the pensions aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Massey was previously head of KPMG’s pensions team in Bristol.
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