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FNZ UK chief Martin Jennings to exit

FNZ UK and Europe chief executive Martin Jennings is to leave before 2016. 

Jennings was previously managing director of the Axa Elevate platform, and joined the technology firm in May 2011 to serve as chief operating officer for Australia and New Zealand, later becoming UK and Europe chief executive in December 2013.

Jennings’ responsibilties will be taken on by global chief executive Adrian Durham.

An FNZ spokesman says the firm is seeking to reorganise to better align staff on functional, rather than regional, lines.

“Martin has made a significant contribution to FNZ over the past fours years in various roles, and FNZ wishes him all the best for the future,” he says.

FNZ provides platform technology to a number of financial services giants including Axa, Friends Life, Standard Life and Zurich.

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