General Ins - Latest News - Buck Consultants at Xerox Announces Senior Appointments

 Buck Consultants at Xerox (Buck) today announced the appointment of Martyn Anwyl to the newly created role of head of Operations for the Corporate Solutions division. Anne-Marie Ayre, formerly Principal, Corporate Solutions within Buck Consultants at Xerox, takes over Anwyl's former position as head of Health and Productivity. Both appointments are effective immediately. 
 In his new role, Anwyl’s primary responsibility is to manage and report on the range of financial and HR functions within the Corporate Solutions division. Ayre now leads Buck’s 36 strong Health & Productivity division, which advises clients on implementing effective benefit programmes designed to enhance employee health and wellbeing.
 Head of Corporate Solutions, John Deacon, said, “The addition of a new head of operations role improves our operational efficiency and provides a solid base for new business growth. As head of health and productivity Martyn’s focus has been on ensuring that we provide excellent client experience as well as developing solutions, thought leadership and services that add value to our clients.
 His experience makes him perfectly suited to take on this new challenge.”
 He said: “Anne-Marie has been integral to the development of our Group Risk services since it was aligned with our Healthcare Practice in 2001. She brings over 27 years’ experience across insurer, corporate pensions, and consultancy roles.”
 The Corporate Solutions division of Buck Consultants at Xerox advises on employee benefits that are directly managed by companies, including Health and Productivity, DC and Wealth, Talent and HR solutions, Flex and Employee Share plan administration services.

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