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KPMG Boosts Pensions Practice

KPMG has appointed four new partners in its pensions practice.

KPMG has appointed four new partners in its pensions practice, Professional Pensions reports. The firm has hired Alan Pentland from PricewaterhouseCoopers and David Robertson from Mercer, and promoted Stewart Hastie and Nick Evans.

Pentland will be working with corporate clients to manage their pension liabilities and helping grow KPMG’s pensions business in the Midlands. Robertson will head client relationships and expand continuing role as pension risk advisor for the largest U.K. companies.

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