UK - Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow has appointed Jim Sawma as business development manager to its UK total benefits administration practice.
Sawma will be responsible for benefits delivery sales, including pension and flexible benefit plans, and increasing awareness of HB&W's delivery capabilities amongst senior managers, human resource professionals and pensions fund managers and trustees.
Sawma joined Hewitt Associates in March 2001, based in Chicago. He also brings 20 years of experience with Citibank as manager for the company's retail bank branches in New York, and managing director of the private banking practice in Chicago.
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