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Colin Richardson joins Buck to bolster Corporate Consulting Practice

 Buck Consultants (Buck) today announced that it has appointed Colin Richardson as Senior Corporate Consulting Actuary to assist leading its corporate consulting practice in the UK including de-risking.
 Colin is a qualified actuary with over 20 years’ experience in the pensions market. Colin joins from JLT where he developed corporate advisory business and solutions specialising in strategic de-risking strategies, liability management and insurance transactions. Colin was formerly a Director at KPMG pensions and a partner at Barnett Waddingham LLP.
 At Buck, Colin will be driving corporate pensions advice nationally bringing together a comprehensive range of solutions to assist clients control costs and risks and to achieve strategic objectives.
 Commenting on Colin’s appointment, Fraser Smart, Managing Director, Europe said:
 Colin is our second recent key hire in the corporate consulting and de-risking space and his specialist experience will be invaluable to our clients as demand for our de-risking services continues to increase.
 Colin Richardson commented:
 Companies are increasingly looking for advice on how to manage their pension scheme risk and Buck’s holistic approach, combined with proprietary, cost effective technology puts us in an ideal position to assist. I am delighted to be joining such a highly experienced and specialised team.

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