BBS Consultants and Actuaries (BBS) has promoted three of its senior management team to its board of directors as part of an ongoing expansion.
The firm of actuaries, consultants and administrators announced it will be growing its current board of six directors with the promotion of Marc Davies, Paul Frost and Gavin Giles.
The additional appointments will be effective as of 1 April.
Following a period of substantial growth for the company - which saw a 40% growth in size over the last three years - the firm has also appointed existing shareholding director Paul Bowden as managing director and co-founder, and director James Stanfield as chairman.
Commenting on the changes and the firm's future growth plan James Stanfield said: "Alongside the changes to our board, we're expanding our recruitment and development programmes to ensure we continue to attract high-quality people looking to build or grow their careers in Bristol.
"We have seen a consistent year-on-year growth in all areas of our business and continue to invest heavily in our technology and our client service positions."
Davies led the BBS administration team for 15 years and has worked in pensions for over three decades.
Frost joined in 2016 as a client relationship manager following 18 years in the pensions industry, having previously held roles with Buck Consultants and Sedgwick Noble Lowndes.
Giles joined BBS as a consulting actuary in 2013, following roles at Willis Towers Watson, Aon and Mercer. He also completed a term as president of the Bristol Actuarial Society in 2016.
The firm, which is owned entirely by its board of directors, has 100 employees in its Bristol office and hopes to expand over the course of the year.
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