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Abbey Life appoints deputy managing director

Abbey Life is appointing Michael Green as deputy managing director, to succeed Chris Evans who is retiring.

Green has been at Abbey Life, based in Bournemouth, since 1991 and will keep his responsibilities as company actuary alongside his new role.

Abbey Life has restructured following its partnership with Unisys Insurance Services, who will provide administration services to Abbey Life.

Green will be in charge of the Bournemouth operation and will report directly to Scottish Widows in Edinburgh. Both companies are part of the Lloyds TSB group.

Green says: “The next year will be a time of continuing change and development of relationships, both with Unisys and Scottish Widows.”

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