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Kempster back at Pru as IFA head

Former DBS chief executive Tony Kempster is rejoining Prudential in thenew role of distribution director for its intermediary business.

The reorganisation, driven by Scottish Amicable chief executive Kim Lerche

Thomsen, is set to leave current group sales director John Cowan without a

role. Other senior positions are expected to be scrapped.

Kempster will head Scottish Amicable Financial Services, Pru&#39s new

distribution firm.

He headed Prudential&#39s IFA division for seven years until 1995. He joined

DBS in 1998 and left in a shock departure in November last year.

A previous reshuffle by Thomsen in December last year saw one-time ScotAm

heir apparent Gavin Stewart made redundant. Former Pru Annuities head

Thomsen had been a surprise successor to Roy Nicholson as ScotAm&#39s chief

executive.

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