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Speculation grows over Old Mut successor

Speculation is growing over the likely replacement of Old Mutual chief executive Mike Levett, with the firm&#39s life insurance chief executive Jim Sutcliffe leading the pack.

Levett, aged 62, has two years left on his contract, but has withdrawn his entire accrued pension benefits, worth over £7m, fuelling rumours of his departure.

Two other internal candidates are also in the running for the post – financial services chief executive Eric Anstee and banking subsidiary Nedcor head Richard Laubscher.

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