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Britannic Group chief exec resigns

Britannic Group chief executive Danny O&#39Neil has resigned with effect from today, a position he has held since May last year.

He says he has decided to leave for personal reasons, but will remain a consultant to the group and will become a non-executive deputy chairman of Britannic Asset Management.

Group chairman Harold Cottam will fill the chief exec&#39s role until a replacement is found.

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