As the U.S. economy makes progress in a slow recovery, the Mercer consulting and benefits outsourcing firm is trying to position itself to serve clients in an increasingly complex financial marketplace.

To that end, the company announced several management changes in its investments and retirement business. Andrew Kirton, the global head of investment consulting, will become the global chief investment officer, a newly created role. Mercer is counting on Kirton to ensure that its strategic intellectual capital, manager research and portfolio management can all deliver competitive investment solutions to clients.

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