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Lloyds deputy chair steps down from Aberdeen board

Lloyds Banking Group deputy chair Anita Frew has stepped down as senior non-executive director of Aberdeen Asset Management.

Frew had been on the board of the asset manager since 2004 but will be replaced on a temporary basis by former Cazenove partner Simon Troughton.

Frew was formerly head of equity investment at Scottish Provident.

Aberdeen says it is currently seeking a permanent replacement for Frew.

A stock exchange announcement says: “Aberdeen would like to confirm that the board is at present conducting interviews to identify a suitable replacement and that an announcement will be made in due course.”


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