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Watson Wyatt strengthens investment team

Watson Wyatt is strengthening its Northern Investment team as it bids to expand its client base in the area.

The firm says Geoff Duckett and Mark Humphrey move to the Leeds office will provide further experience and knowledge to its team which was established less than two years ago.

Duckett has 15-years of advisory experience having transfered to Watson Wyatt UK from New Zealand in 1997. Humphreys was previously at Aon Consulting.

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