Bristol-based BBS Consultants & Actuaries (BBS) has announced it will open a London office later this year to meet increased demand from clients in the South East of England.
The new London premises will be home to a team of consulting actuaries, headed up by Iain Tait, who is joining BBS with over 30 years' experience in the pensions industry. Iain qualified as an actuary...
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