Mercer has appointed Ashlin Noonan as a Senior Investment Consultant to its Woking consulting team. Noonan brings with her more than 12 years of consulting experience, and will provide a full range of investment consulting services to expands the firm’s UK offering.
Prior to joining Mercer, Noonan was the Head of Investment Consulting Cartwright Group. In her role at the firm, she was responsible for building an investment consulting service to meet the needs of existing and prospective clients. Between 2007 and 2012 Noonan worked in South Africa at Novare Actuaries and Consultants as Head of Asset Liability Modelling and Strategy Formulation. Prior to which, between 2004 and 2007, Noonan was an Investment Consultant at Watson Wyatt (currently Willis Towers Watson*). Previous to which, between 2002 and 2005, Noonan worked at KPMG as an Actuarial Analyst. She started her career at Andersen, where she worked as an Actuarial Analyst for roughly a year.
Noonan holds a BSc in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics from Dublin City University and is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries from the Institute of Actuaries.
Noonan recently joined Mercer’s Woking consulting team as a Senior Investment Consultant. In her new role she will be responsible for expanding the firm’s client base, as well as supporting clients on a full range of instatement consulting services, including strategy, manager structure, manager selection and performance monitoring. Noonan remarks: “I am excited to join Mercer and look forward to joining a team committed in helping clients implement innovative solutions to meet their needs.”
Commenting on the new appointment, UK Head of Investments, Steven Blackie says “Ashlin is an excellent addition to the strong advisory consulting team based in Woking and will help strengthen existing business and grow our client base both in Woking and across the UK.”
Across the UK, Mercer has 17 offices. Globally the firm – part of Marsh & McLennan Companies – employs over 22,000 professionals, making it one of the largest HR consultancies of the globe.
* In 2009 Watson Wyatt merged with Towers Perrin, creating Towers Watson, and earlier this year Willis Towers Watson was established following the merger between Willis Group and Towers Watson.