UK - Elaine Stevenson has been appointed as actuary and consultant with William M. Mercer.
Based in Glasgow and reporting to European partner Jim Todd, her role involves providing advice to the firm’s major Scottish clients on occupational pensions and employee benefits-related matters.
Stevenson has over 12 years of actuarial experience, the last five of which have been spent working at rival consultancy Hymans Robertson. Before that she worked for about seven years at Mercer where she began her actuarial career in 1989.
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