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Bright Grey and Scot Prov MD steps down

Bright Grey and Scottish Provident managing director Ross Ainslie is stepping down from his role.

Ainslie has been at the Royal London Group, the parent company of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident, for 10 years and will leave his role in August to study for an MSc degree.

An internal successor will be appointed in the coming weeks, according to the group.

Ainslie has been managing director of Bright Grey since 2008 and has led both protection brands since the acquisition of Scot Prov in 2009.

Royal London chief executive, intermediary division John Deane says: “Ross has made a significant contribution, and under his leadership Bright Grey and Scottish Provident have recently announced an excellent set of results in a very competitive market.

“Ross will be leaving a strong and successful business which is well placed to go from strength to strength.”

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