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    Gursharn Benning

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    After graduating from Heriot-Watt University with degrees in MA (Hons) Economics and MSc International Accounting and Finance, I started my career in financial services at Aegon in 2010. I joined Mattioli Woods in 2022 as an Employee Benefits Consultant. I have over a decade’s experience in financial services and the employee benefits market, specialising in the delivery of consultancy services and a wide range of employee benefits solutions, including pensions, group risk, healthcare and wellbeing to companies of all sizes. I also hold the Diploma for Financial Advisers (DipFA). I work in partnership with businesses to design, implement and manage effective benefits programmes to help attract and retain employees. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and cycling. I am also a supporter of Manchester United and try to watch any game I can.

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