Back to Buck: How the consultancy returned to its roots

Stephanie Baxter
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After many changes in name and ownership over the past 22 years, Buck has gone back to its roots. David Piltz tells Stephanie Baxter why being smaller and nimbler is better

Buck has been through more changes than most pension companies. Set up in 1916 as an actuarial consulting business, it was an independent and stable business until it was bought by Mellon Financial...

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