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RLPE recruits former Britannic chief exec

Royal London Private Equity has appointed former Britannic chief executive Danny O&#39Neill to its advisory panel. O&#39Neill, who quit Britannic last year after just two months in the top job, will become one of five panel members advising RLPE on financial services deals. RLPE, which launched 18 months ago, is hoping to raise £150m for further deals over the next 12 months.

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