Robert Evans has been appointed as a principal within Mercer's retirement business to advise corporates and pension trustees.
Based in London, he joins from Buck Consultants at Xerox where he worked for 12 years.
For the last five of those years, Evans had seven scheme actuary appointments with scheme sizes ranging from £20m to £500m.
These schemes were from large and small firms in the manufacturing, financial services and retail industries.
He started his career at Towers Perrin.
Mercer's London retirement consulting leader Tony Pugh said: "The UK pension market continues to evolve and our clients require us to work with them to solve their problems - weighing up each individual situation to achieve the right solution. Robert's track record in doing this makes him an ideal fit for Mercer."
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