IRELAND - Aon Hewitt has appointed Rachael Ingle and Donal Casey as joint managing directors in Ireland.
The two co-managing directors will lead the combined business and manage the integration of Aon Consulting and Hewitt Associates following their merger in October 2010. The joint firms have revenues of $4.3bn and a workforce of 29,000 globally (Global Pensions: 4 October 2010).
The appointments replace former managing director of Hewitt in Ireland, Kieran Barry. In their new roles Ingle and Casey will maximise the product and service portfolio of the firm across employee benefit design, benefits administration, actuarial and investment consulting.
Ingle joined Hewitt in 1998 and was named as executive director in 2002 with primary responsibility for clients and business development. She is also a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland and is a council member of the Irish Association of Pension Funds.
Casey joined Aon Consulting in 2009 as managing director for Ireland and was previously chief executive officer of Irish Life Corporate Business. He is a director of Aon Ireland and is also a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland.
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