Robinson leaves Watson Wyatt

The firm''s Singapore MD takes 20 years of service with him.

Jon Robinson has resigned his post as managing director at Watson Wyatt in Singapore, leaving the post in the hands of Kwan Chee-wei, whom he had hired two years ago and trained to replace him.

Despite the smooth transition, his departure will no doubt be felt by the firm, as he is an experienced player in Singapore's pensions and investment management industries. Robinson was one of a handful of members picked from industry to work on asset management and pension issues in the high-profile Economic Review Committee established by Goh Tok-chong, prime minister.

Watson Wyatt also has the most appealing business in Singaporean investment consulting as it advises most of the large statutory boards and...

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