The firm has hired Stephen Bowles, who is joining from fund manager Fidelity Investments, and Kim Gubler from the Pensions Trust in the UK. Chris Horn, who most recently worked for rival consultancy Sedgwick Noble Lowndes, which taken over by William M Mercer several years ago.
The appointments, which follow last year's merger with consultants and administrators Hewitt Associates are part of an expansion drive at Bacon & Woodrow. B&W has also hired UK recruitment firm PSD to continue the push.
Lee Jagger, consultant at B&W, said: "The impact of stakeholder pensions and rapidly expanding e-commerce consulting opportunities have given us tremendous scope for growth. We are always on the look-out for talented new team members and the merger with Hewitt gives us the chance to take a strategic overview and press ahead with expansion plans."