WATSON Wyatt's Allan Course is leaving the firm after 15 years to become an independent trustee at Capital Cranfield.
Course, who has worked in the pensions industry for more than 25 years, began at the company – then known as Watson & Sons – as an operations manager. When the firm became Watson Wyatt, Course launched...
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