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Another Standard Life workplace head quits

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Ann Flynn: Leaving Standard

Standard Life head of workplace distribution proposition Ann Flynn has resigned.

The news comes after workplace managing director Ronnie Taylor’s decision to quit for for Scottish Widows was announced earlier this week.

Flynn told Standard of her resignation in March, shortly before Taylor told the firm he is leaving.

Flynn, who will leave the role in June, joined Standard in November 2010 from Scottish Widows where she was head of marketing communications.

Standard has yet to appoint a replacement.

A Standard Life spokesman says: “Ann Flynn has decided to leave Standard Life to pursue new opportunities.

“She will be leaving in June once she has completed a handover. We wish her all the best for the future and thank her for the contribution she has made to our workplace division.”

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  1. Does Standard Life still have anyone left in their corporate workplace team who knows anything about corporate/workplace? Not great news with automatic enrolment happening…

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