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Equitable Life Director Quits

Equitable Life&#39s chief finance and investments officer Charles Bellringer has resigned from the company.

After the publication of the latest financial accounts and the completion of the compromise scheme, which was approved by policyholders in January, Bellringer is looking for further opportunities in corporations undergoing major change.

A team will take over Bellringer&#39s day-to-day duties until a new appointment is made.

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