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FPS Group appoints non-executive chairman

FPS Group, specialist provider of pensions administration and pension services, has appointed Paul Simpson as non-executive chairman of its holding company board.

An actuary by profession, Simpson has left the Prudential Group, where he was one of the key founding executives of Prudential&#39s online bank Egg.

FPS Group chief executive Richard Stirrup says: “Paul is a great catch for us. He brings a wealth of experience in online financial services, together with strategic and financial know-how which will be a great asset in our next stage of development.”

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