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LV= appoints Steve Haynes as chief risk officer

LV= has appointed Steve Haynes as chief risk officer.

Haynes was previously finance director for the firm’s life business. Prior to this he was finance director for GE Life.

LV= says Haynes will be responsible for ensuring risk is “properly understood and translated into meaningful business requirements, objectives and metrics”.

Haynes says: “The operation of an effective risk management framework should be at the core of a successful organisation and I am looking forward to the opportunity to enhance LV=’s existing risk infrastructure to support the continued growth of the business.”

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