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AMP appoint UK MD

AMP has announced that Tom Fraser will be appointed Managing Director of AMP&#39s UK financial services business (UKFS), subject to regulatory approval.

The appointment of Fraser continues the integration of AMP&#39s UK financial services businesses, Pearl, NPI and London Life into a single organisation, AMP UKFS.

Mr Fraser has been recruited from CGNU, where he held the position of Managing Director – Europe. Previously he was the Executive Director, International for Norwich Union.

AMP Chief Executive Officer Paul Batchelor said: “We are very fortunate to have secured the services of Tom, given his credentials and experience in the international and UK market.”

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