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Friends Life recruits new head of longevity

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Friends Life has appointed Neil Robjohns as head of longevity.

Robjohns joins the provider from Barnett Waddingham, where he provided specialist support through longevity-related advice, tools and research. Prior to this he was head of pricing at Munich Re.

Robjohns will report to Friends Life retirement income managing director David Still.

Still says: “Neil brings a wealth of industry experience that I’m sure will be invaluable in helping us build a substantial retirement income business that provides market leading support for our customers as they approach retirement.”

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