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Mercer appoints Mark Quinn as market business leader for talent

Jul 04
 
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The global consulting and advisory firm, Mercer, has announced that it has appointed Mark Quinn as its new market business leader for talent in the UK.

Mr Quinn first arrived at the company in February 2011, after working as the director of the performance and reward consulting practice at Ernst and Young.

He joined Mercer as a partner specialising in reward. He was roundly praised by the firm for bringing with him a high level of technical knowledge that spread across the whole of the talent business, mainly due to his 25 years worth of experience in the field.  

Other previous roles include working at the Royal Bank of Scotland's European insurance and global wealth management divisions, which employs around 60,000 people.

Mr Quinn takes over the role at Mercer from the outgoing Chris Johnson, who has now taken the role of global practice leader for the leadership and organisation of performance practice in talent.

Commenting on the appointment of his successor, Mr Johnson said: "It is with great pleasure that we announce Mark’s new role at Mercer. Since joining, he has been a key contributor to the talent business. Mark demonstrates excellent client management and business development skills, and continues to consistently win and deliver a broad range of significant consulting assignments. His leadership will enable the talent team to continue to grow with a real focus on our clients’ needs."

He added that the ongoing changes in the political climate across the continent meant that there's an increased level of pressure on various financial institutions and their approaches to reward.

Mr Johnson also said that he was confident that his successor had the skills needed to help the company meet the subsequent challenges of such changes.

The news comes a month after the company announced three senior-level appointments as part of plans to align its investments and retirement organisation.

Andrew Kirton was given the role of head of investments in Europe, while Jeff Schutes was handed a similar role dealing with growth markets. Akhil Sethi was appointment the head of Mercer's retirement business.

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