Articles - Mercer adds to Executive Remuneration team


 Mercer has recruited Patricia Bradley as part of the consultancy’s drive to expand its Executive Remuneration business in the UK and Europe.

 Ms Bradley was previously employed by Pensions and Investment Research Consultants (PIRC) where she worked as a Corporate Governance Analyst advising institutional investors on the performance of FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 companies. Her role encompassed the assessment of corporate governance structures, and the application of environmental, social and governance policies.

 Chris Johnson, Head of Mercer’s Talent business in the UK said, “Our Talent business is growing fast and the services that we offer around executive remuneration are a critical part of that growth. As someone who has lived and breathed the finance industry for a number of years, Patricia has a great deal to bring to her new role and to our clients. We are very pleased to have her on the team.”

 Ms Bradley has gained a wide range of expertise working for a number of high profile companies. She began her career in Baring Securities, which was the leading stockbroker in the Far Eastern equities markets, working as an analyst within the research and investment team.

 According to Mark Hoble, European Head of Mercer’s Executive Remuneration team, “The UK is a growth market in executive remuneration for Mercer and the appointment of Patricia will help us to further solidify our position as one of the leading pan-European executive compensation businesses”. 

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