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Capita’s Coxell to leave firm in July

Capita managing director of wealth and distribution services Graham Coxell is leaving the technology firm in July.

A Capita spokeswoman says Coxell’s departure comes after he launched Met Life and Aegon’s pension wrappers, and Goldman Sachs actively managed funds.

The spokeswoman says: “Graham expressed a wish to leave to pursue other opportunities some time ago but agreed to stay on so that he could ensure that the business successfully achieved launches for Met Life and Aegon’s pension wrappers, and Goldman Sachs actively managed funds.

“This has now been achieved and we wish Graham every success in his ongoing career.”

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