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Towers Watson consultant Will Aitken exits

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Towers Watson senior benefits consultant Will Aitken has left the employee benefits firm to join Deloitte as a director.

Prior to joining Towers in 2006, Aitken worked at rival consultancy Aon.

A Towers spokesman confirmed Aitken had resigned and would be seeing out his notice period on gardening leave.

He says: “We have enjoyed working with Will and wish him well for the future.”

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