UK - Fund manager Fidelity Investments has made a senior addition to its defined contribution (DC) team with the appointment of Paul Bucksey.
Bucksey, who joins from PricewaterhouseCoopers, will take on the role of director, business development, reporting to Julian Webb who is executive director, UK DC business development.
At PricewaterhouseCoopers, Bucksey developed the pensions practice for individual and medium sized corporate clients in London and southeast England, Fidelity said.
Commenting on the appointment, Webb said: “With the increasing flow of companies moving to some form of DC provision, we are seeing many more opportunities in the market place.
“Paul’s appointment will add additional strength to our team and allow us to progress our ambitious plans for growth.
“His experience will be invaluable as we increase our dialogue with both consultants and clients, when marketing our expanding product range.”
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