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The American Academy of Actuaries, Washington, has hired Donald Fuerst to be a senior pension fellow.
Nichols is a pension actuary and president of McCloud & Nichols Inc., Liberty, Mo. He has a degree in actuarial science from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
Nyhart (www.nyhart.com), one of the nation’s largest independent actuarial and employee benefits consulting firms, announced the launch of a new strategic partnership with GAMA Consultores Associados (www.gama-ca.com.br), one of Brazil’s largest pension and retirement consulting firms. The alliance gives both firms an expanded expertise and technology that meets a growing demand from their international client-base.
In his new role, Brown will lead a new client management initiative to expand Buck’s employee benefits advisory services among the company’s existing client base as well as attract new business.
Goddard Perry Consulting has bought KKW Pensions Management to strengthen its actuarial offering and improve its presence in the market>.
“We are excited to have Rick on board,” said Marc Roberts, President of APC. “His presence and knowledge in the DB arena brings an important and unique opportunity to offer the most advanced services for Consulting, Design and Administration of Defined Benefit Plans. His recruitment will allow us to further build the foundation of our personalized service in delivering the overall Experience, Expertise and Excellence we are known for.”
Newport Beach-based Pacific Life Insurance Company announced on Monday that it has acquired JP Morgan Chase’s U.S. Pension Advisory Group.
The new company, Pacific Global Advisors, will continue to be headquartered in New York City and led by David Oaten and his management team, JP Morgan Chase veterans who average more than 17 years of experience in corporate finance; actuarial and trustee services; capital markets; derivatives; and investment, risk, and asset-liability management.