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Chairman of pension protection fund takes role at outsourcing company

Financial services outsourcing provider Huntswood Outsourcing has appointed Pension Protection Fund chairman Lawrence Churchill as a non-executive director.

Churchill is also a director of the Financial Omb-udsman Service. He will be involved in developing Huntswood’s compliance, customer services, consulting, audit and training solutions. Churchill has been chief executive of Zurich Financial Services and managing director and chairman at Unum.

He says: “Regulatory change and pressure on providers’ margins has sparked a huge growth in outsourcing and this trend is set to continue. Huntswood has a strong reputation in this field for innovation and quality, working closely with clients to create a competitive advantage while managing risk.”

Huntswood Outsourcing chief executive David Brownlow says: “Lawrence’s experience at the highest level within financial services companies and the regulatory arena and his enthusiasm for the business benefits of outsourcing, make him the perfect man for the job.”


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