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Mark McNulty

International Head of Clients, Investment Solutions at Mercer


Bio: Mark is International Head of Clients in Mercer’s Investment Solutions business overseeing all Investment Solutions and OCIO clients in EMEA and Asia. In this role he is responsible for client experience, retention and expansion strategies. He sits on Mercer’s International Investment Solutions leadership team and he is a member of the Mercer Global Investments Europe executive group.

He joined Mercer in 2019 from JLT where he was Managing Director of JLT’s Investment Solutions business with responsibility for JLT’s investment consulting, fiduciary management and wholesale investment management businesses. Through his career Mark has held leadership positions in asset management businesses in the UK and Ireland.

Mark has an Investments and Treasury from Dublin City University and an MBA from University College Dublin. He is former Council member of the Irish Association of Pension Funds and the CFA Institute in Ireland. He is former board member of Irish Film London, a non-profit organisation that champions Irish film and animation in the UK.

Mark is a co-sponsor of the DE&I strategy for Mercer’s Investment Solutions business and a co-sponsor of their DE&I Advisory Council. In 2016 he was recognised for his contribution to LGBT+ diversity and inclusion in the Telegraph’s Out at Work Top 50 list and in 2019 he was selected as one of the LGBT Great #50for50 to showcase visible support for inclusion and contribute to LGBT Great’s Project 1000. He is a former member of the CEO Advisory Panel for the Diversity Project.

Mark comments “I am incredibly proud of the work that Mercer is doing for clients and colleagues to make Diversity, Equity and Inclusion a business priority and to highlight the importance of creating a culture of belonging in the workplace. Over the past decade we have seen immense progress in how LGBT+ colleagues are regarded in businesses across the financial services sector. However, there is still much to be done to help and support LGBT+ colleagues, from graduates to board directors, to reach their full potential.”