Jordan (pictured) left the investment group last week to pursue a career in teaching. He is now planning to study for his postgraduate certificate in education.
Skandia head of tax and financial planning Colin Jelley will take on Jordan’s role.
A Skandia spokesman says Jelley ‘s remit will now be expanded to cover the firm’s proposition work.
The spokesman adds: “Peter played a key role in a lot of the work we have been doing over the years and we wish him all the best for his chosen career outside of financial services.”