UK - Pension Corporation has appointed six staff across its business to bolster its team.
The risk management firm said it had hired Laura Upton and Tim Edwards as senior transition managers within its operations team - and appointed Marco Diolosa and John Sladden as members of its asset-liability management team.
It said it had also hired Richard Purcell as an actuary within its finance team and Ben Tregoning as a business development executive working across Pension Corporation Investments and Pension Insurance Corporation to analyse specific transactions.
Tregoning, Sladden, Upton and Edwards all join Pension Corporation from Paternoster. Purcell joins from Watson Wyatt and Diolosa from Russell Investments.
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