In his new role, Stewart serves as a principal in the firm’s retirement plan and wealth management segments.
Buck says Stewart will focus on clients’ retirement risk management, retirement plan design and retirement readiness issues. His expertise in defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) plans helps clients design and manage their retirement programs to balance their company objectives and participant needs, the firm notes.
Over his 30-year career, Stewart has served large and complex corporate and not-for-profit organizations across various industries. His areas of expertise include the strategic management, plan design and financing of broad-based and executive retirement programs. He is also a specialist in church pension plans, a special type of retirement plan not subject to the more common federal pension laws.
Stewart was previously a senior consulting actuary with Towers Watson in New York. He is a fellow of the Society of Actuaries and an enrolled actuary.
More information on the firm is at www.xerox.com/hrconsulting.