Global consultancy Watson Wyatt has appointed four new partners to the firm's investment consulting practice.
Mark Beardall, David Evans, Chris Fagan and Brian Hill join 19 other Watson Wyatt partners.
Mark Beardall joined Watson Wyatt in 1999 as the firm's global head of investment systems. He is responsible for developing tools and systems used for advising clients on investment consulting issues.
Head of operations, David Evans, joined Watson Wyatt in July last year and is based in Reigate.
Chris Fagan joined Watson Wyatt's investment consulting practice in 1997, and is responsible for the provision of investment advice to UK pension funds and other institutions.
Brian Hill joined the firm in 1996 and holds responsibility for advising clients on investment issues, developing the firm's European investment consultancy business and leading the firm's global custodian consulting activities.
The other 19 partners are involved in activities across benefits-, investment-, insurance-, and human capital consulting.
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