At a time that most consultants are trying to redefine
themselves in a post defined benefit world, one group,
Redington - with more than $348 billion in assets under
consulting and a client base that includes many of the UK's
largest DB pension schemes - continues to think (and tweet) out
of the box.
The firm, founded in 2006 by ex-Merrill Lynch investment
bankers Dawid Konotey-Ahulu and Robert Gardner, and which now
employs 48 people, has hired Patrick O'Sullivan, a former
Watson Wyatt investment consultant.
O'Sullivan - who...