PwC has expanded its pensions team with the appointment of Tim Reay as a director. In his new role, Tim will be advising PwC’s global multinational clients on pension issues, including global governance, benefit strategy, plan design, financing, valuation and monitoring.
Tim brings a wealth of experience to the role, from his 30 years advising multinational corporations and governments on all aspects of retirement and benefit provision for employees around the world.
Tim joins from Aon Hewitt and is also the treasurer and a former chairman of the International Employee Benefits Association.
“PwC is the market’s fastest-growing major pensions consultancy and we are seeing demand for our services on all fronts, whether defined benefit or defined contribution, private sector and public sector, UK and international, and Skyval,” said Raj Mody, head of PwC’s pensions consulting team and Skyval. “I am delighted that Tim, a seasoned and respected market leader in his field, would choose to join our team.”
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