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Myners touted as next Lloyds of London chair

Lloyds of London has confirmed it had talks with former Gartmore chairman Paul Myners as a possible candidate to succeed its current chairman Sax Riley following confirmation that Riley will leave at the end of the year.

Myners left Gartmore last November after spending 16 years with the fund manager and is currently chairman of Lloyd&#39s investment committee and non-executive director at mobile phone company MmO2.

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