UK - Towers Perrin has been appointed as actuary and consultant to Peugeot Motor Company's three UK defined benefit plans.
The plans have a combined membership of more than 30,000 with a value of £550m.
Towers Perrin partner Peter Routledge said: “Peugeot is a widely respected company who are quite clearly committed to providing top quality pension benefits to their people in the UK.”
Towers Perrin replaced Watson Wyatt for the Peugeot plans and Buck Consultants for the Citroen plan earlier this year.
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