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Mercer bolsters International Consulting Group with two new senior hires

 Mercer has made two new senior appointments to its International Consulting Group in response to a continued increase in demand for strategic retirement and health and benefits advice by multinational companies.
 Stephen James has been appointed as Principal in the team and joins from Towers Watson. Mr James is an expert in advising companies on multinational pooling arrangements and the use of a captive for financing insured employee benefits. He will be working with a number of multinational companies to provide strategic advice in this area and has over 10 years of international consulting experience, advising multinational corporations on a broad range of global issues.
 Tia Brett joins Mercer’s International Consulting Group as a Senior Associate. Ms Brett has 15 years of international experience, including 12 with Unilever plc where she was a member of the Global Pensions Team. At Unliever she was responsible for managing employee pension and other benefits for employees world-wide including consolidating the Group global accounting reporting, M&A due diligence and post close implementation, risk management and forecasting.
 Andy Cook, UK Head of Mercer’s International Consulting Group, said: “We are delighted to have Steve and Tia join the team. Their depth of knowledge and broad international experience will bring additional strength to our expanding international consulting group and help us meet the increasing demand we are seeing from multinationals across the globe.”

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