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Lane Clark & Peacock name former BT md as chairman

Consulting actuaries Lane Clark & Peacock has announced the appointment of former BT group managing director Michael Hepher as chairman and independent director.

LC&P says Hepher brings with him a wealth of experience from his background in industry and financial services. Throughout his career he has also been chairman of Charterhouse, Lloyds Abbey Life and Abbey Life Group.

He is currently a non-executive director with Kingfisher, Canada Life Financial Corporation and Telecity, where he is also chairman.

LC&P managing director Tony Mason says: “We are delighted that Michael has agreed to join us at what is an exceptionally exciting time for the firm. His task will include chairing both the LCP Board and its Remuneration Committee. The fact that he is also an actuary is an added bonus. We all very much look forward to working with him.”

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