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Royal London poaches RSA risk director

Royal London has poached RSA group risk director Jon Macdonald.

Macdonald joined the life company’s board as group risk director in December having been appointed to the newly-created role in November.

Royal London made no announcement at the time of Macdonald’s appointment.

He has previously held a number of senior risk roles at Prudential, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Aviva.

Royal London head of regulatory risk and compliance James McCourt will report directly to Macdonald.

A Royal London spokesman says: “Jon was appointed towards the end of last year. He has an impressive career history having held a number of senior roles and is a fellow of the institute of actuaries.”

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