Posted on 02 Dec 2009
Aon Consulting, the global human capital consulting organization of Aon Corporation, today announced the appointment of Clint Cary as senior vice president and Craig Pearlman as vice president in the Chicago office of Aon Investment Consulting. In their new roles, Cary and Pearlman will lead the firm's approach to developing innovative solutions to managing the risks associated with defined benefit plans.
Cary comes to Aon with more than 18 years of actuarial and investment experience, most recently serving as vice president and investment strategist at Northern Trust Global Investments. He was responsible for developing and managing investment strategy, utilizing a liability driven investing approach. Previously, Cary founded Capital Strategies Group, creating and implementing a retirement plan design, analysis and investment consulting system. Cary is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration with a focus on actuarial science and accounting from Drake University.
Pearlman has more than 17 years of experience in investment consulting, risk management and new business development, most recently serving as the Midwest investment business leader/director of sales for Mercer.http://www.mercer.com/home.htm Pearlman was a key leader in the business launch and development of Mercer's manager-of-managers/investment business. He also spearheaded the market planning. Previously, Pearlman held leadership positions at Northern Trust Global Investments and Ibbotson Associates. Pearlman earned a Master of Business Administration in finance and marketing from Loyola University.
"Clint and Craig both come to Aon with a wealth of experience, exceptional leadership skills and proven successes," said Cecil Hemingway, U.S. Retirement Practice Director with Aon Consulting. "Their addition to the Aon Consulting team will provide our clients with the most creative, inventive and sought-after solutions to help best meet their retirement planning needs, especially now, as many organizations face tough decisions on the future of their employer-sponsored pension plans."