Sin to run Watson Wyatt's China practice

Yvonne Sin re-joins Watson Wyatt from the World Bank to focus on China-related business for the firm.
Watson Wyatt has appointed Yvonne Sin to lead its investment consulting business in Mainland China and employee benefits consulting in the state-owned enterprises (SOE) sector.

Sin rejoins Watson Wyatt from the World Bank, where she headed global pensions. Sin joined the World Bank in 1993 to focus on ChinaÆs pension and financial reforms and also provided technical assistance in policy development for social security reforms globally. Prior to joining The World Bank, Sin worked at Watson Wyatt and established the investment consulting practice of Watson Wyatt in Toronto.

Bob Charles, managing director of Watson Wyatt Hong Kong and the head of employee benefits consulting for the Asia-Pacific, says: ôYvonneÆs expertise and experience are unique, and will be of significant benefit to Watson WyattÆs pension and investment clients in China. The new Enterprise Annuity framework for funding retirement liabilities presents a huge challenge for ChinaÆs publicly owned companies, many of which have significant retirement liabilities and aging workforces.ö

Sin has a bachelors degree in mathematics from the University of Toronto.

Watson Wyatt provides services including managing the cost and effectiveness of employee benefit programmes, advising pension plan sponsors and other institutions on optimal investment strategies and providing advice to insurance and financial services companies.
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