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Prudential rings in the changes

Prudential has announced a series of changes to its management structure as it prepares for the introduction of stakeholder and further development of its e-commerce strategy.

Prudential Corporate Pensions managing director Rodney Baker-Bates has been appointed chief executive of its new group pensions division. He will be directly responsible for stakeholder pensions.

Alan Smith who is currently in charge of the group&#39s pension review unit will also join group pensions as managing director of defined contribution and stakeholder.

Prudential Life and Pensions managing director David Harding has moved to become deputy chief executive of Scottish Amicable.

Current managing director of general insurance Alan Cook becomes managing director of retail insurance with responsibility for Prudential Life and Pensions and compliance.

Finally Martin Brownstein has been appointed head of group compliance.


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