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Dumble to leave Aegon after 30 years

Aegon director of risk and regulation Graham Dumble is leaving the firm after 30 years.

Dumble joined Scottish Equitable in 1977 and was managing director of Aegon’s life and pensions business division from 1999 until October 2005.

He moved to head its risk and regulation team, also responsible for industry affairs, legal and property, following a restructure when chief executive Otto Thoresen joined the firm in 2005.

Aegon spokeswoman Lesley McPherson says: “We would like to take this opportunity to thank Graham for his contribution to the organisation over the last 30 years and to wish him well in the future.”

Dumble was also made a non-executive director at Positive Solutions.

Positive Solutions chief executive Jim Reeve says: “I would not have thought this would have any impact on operations or strategy here. Graham added value when he was here but a non-exec role has very little responsibility for the day-to-day running of the company.”

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