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Gatenby resigns from PPP lifetime care

PPP lifetime care director Peter Gatenby is quitting the company because he says there is no longer a job there for him.


Gatenby says there was no actuarial role left for him following Guardian Royal Exchange&#39s divisional restructuring on November 12 of this year.


He says: &#34The only role that I would have considered taking was managing director of PPP lifetime care but this position was already filled.&#34


Gatenby says he is currently negotiating a number of employment opportunities in long term care and that his interests in this field extend beyond being involved in just an insurance capacity.

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