Hymans Robertson has appointed four new partners across different areas within the firm, including financial services and defined benefit.
The total number of partners at the consultancy now stands at 79.
Commenting on the appointments, Hymans Robertson senior partner John Dickson said: "Each of our new partners has demonstrated their real strength and suitability for leadership and I'm thrilled to see this recognised in their promotion to partner.
"These appointments also illustrate the scale and breadth of expertise that exists within Hymans Robertson and I'm incredibly proud of the talent that we have across all areas of the firm. As we continue to grow and diversify, the quality and ability of our people will be paramount and Karen, Alec, Andrew and Ryan illustrate this perfectly."
The new partners at Hymans Robertson are as follows:
Brolly (pictured above) has been with Hymans Robertson as a risk management actuary for almost 10 years. As head of products within the life and financial services practice, Brolly is responsible for the product development, pricing and strategy projects for life insurance and financial services clients. She previously worked at AXA and Santander.
Day (pictured left) joined Hymans Robertson in 2014 and is an associate practice leader within the firm's actuarial and benefits practice. He is also a scheme actuary, and advises trustee and corporate clients on a range of issues. Prior to joining Hymans Robertson, Day worked at Mercer for over 16 years.
Johnston (pictured right) joined the firm's investment practice in 2009 and advises a range of private and public sector clients, which include two of the Local Government Pension Scheme pools. Having previously worked in asset management he is now a senior investment consultant and client director.
Markham (pictured left) joined the firm in 2015 and as a senior consulting actuary provides a broad range of advice to trustee and corporate clients as a senior consulting actuary. Prior to joining Hymans Robertson he worked at Deloitte, KPMG and Buck Consultants.
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