Legal & General pensions strategy director Adrian Boulding is to leave the insurer in August as the exodus of senior pensions staff continues.
Boulding’s departure is the latest high profile exit from L&G’s pensions business in the last few months. Earlier this month, Money Marketing revealed head of strategy for individual annuities Tim Gosden had left and in September L&G Assurance chief executive John Pollock announced he was retiring.
Boulding has been at L&G for 18 years, since 1997. He is also chairman of the National Association of Pension Fund’s Pension Quality Mark and was part of a three-man committee that conducted a Government-commissioned review of auto-enrolment in 2010.
An L&G spokeswoman confirmed Boulding was leaving the company but declined to comment further.