Xafinity has named Steven Scott as the latest addition to its Stirling-based consulting actuary team.
Scott, who joins from Hymans Robertson, will provide actuarial support to the firm's existing clients as well as work to identify further opportunities in the UK market.
He joined Xafinity on 12 December.
Stirling office director Jonathan Seed said Scott would play a central part in the firm's future growth.
"We are excited by Steven's arrival," he said. "His skills and experience will boost the capabilities of the Stirling team and ensure we continue to provide a tailored and cost effective service to all of our clients.
"Steven will also play a key role in our ambitious plans for future growth which build on the recent success of the firm."
Scott was previously an actuary for Hymans Robertson from 2011, where he provided services to public sector pension schemes. Prior to this, he was a trainee actuary for Mercer from 2006 to 2011.
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