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Aegon UK managing director David Macmillan to exit

Aegon UK managing director David Macmillan is set to leave his role in the summer to join the firm’s US business, Money Marketing can reveal.

Macmillan, who is also chief marketing officer at the provider, will join Transamerica later this year to become chief customer experience officer.

An Aegon spokesman says: “David Macmillan has been promoted to a new role within the Aegon group. This summer he will move to Transamerica to be chief customer experience officer and a replacement will be announced in due course.

“The new role is all about helping the company to transform the experience delivered to its 22 million customers.”

Macmillan joined Aegon in 2011. Prior to this he was chief executive at Invocas Group, a debt management firm, for three years.

He was also previously chief executive at financial risk management specialist Barrie & Hibbert, a role he took on after 16 years at Standard Life, where he was UK retail director.



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