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Aegon appoints Axa’s Coyle as platform sales head

Aegon UK has appointed Axa Wealth business development director Martin Coyle as head of platform sales.

Coyle will head up the sales team for the Aegon Retirement Choices platform which launched in November.

Coyle will work alongside Paul Healey who is heading up sales for the Aegon workplace savings platform which is expected to launch in the first half of the year.

Aegon UK platform director Gordon Greig says: “Martin brings with him considerable experience in the platform industry in both the UK and Australia.”

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