Cardiff-based financial services business Quantum Advisory has hired three pensions staff to its team, and increased its total number of employees to over 100.
The employees hired by the firm include pensions administrator's Louisa Fieldhouse and Jenny Smith, and senior project development analyst Simon Freeman.
The firm, which provides pension and employee benefits services to employers, scheme trustees and members moved its head office to a larger premise in Cardiff last year to "accommodate its growing team," it has said.
Partner Stuart Price said: "The last few years have been phenomenal in terms of business success and subsequent growth. Quantum offers something unique in that we are the only financial services company in Wales providing the full range of pensions expert advice and related services all under one roof."
He added to now have over 100 people in the Quantum team is testament to its strategic growth plans and investment in people.
Fieldhouse has been a pensions administrator at Tesco for over 21 years, while Smith will combine her position with studying for a Certificate in Pension Calculations.
Freeman worked as a pensions compliance officer at Tesco for one year, and was a senior pensions administrator at Equiniti for nine years before that.
Smith said: "Quantum offer good study support and I was able to transfer over my current exams when I started. I'm now working on both defined contribution schemes and defined benefit, whereas in my previous role I solely worked on defined benefit schemes.
"I'm looking forward to gaining this extra experience and I think that Quantum giving me more responsibility will help push me to develop."
Freeman added that he really admires the vision and values that Quantum maintains and the company's relationship with their staff as well as the services it offers.
"I believe strongly in working with other people towards a common goal and know the skills and pensions knowledge I possess will not only bring me work satisfaction, but will also make me a valuable team member."
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