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Axa PPP Healthcare appoints new chief exec

Axa PPP Healthcare has announced the appointment of Keith Gibbs as its new chief executive with effect from December 17.

He will succeed Mark Adams, who left the provider at the end of November for a position outside the industry.

Gibbs, 43, has had considerable experience in financial services at Sun Life Financial of Canada, Sentinel Life, Citibank and Lloyds TSB before establishing his own consultancy business.

Axa UK group chief executive Dennis Holt says: “In Keith Gibbs, we have been able to attract a highly experienced leader with an excellent track record. I am delighted he has agreed to join us.”

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