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Standard Life appoints Henderson as non-executive director

Standard Life is appointing Giles Henderson CBE as a non-executive director, replacing Bob Beamish who steps down after seven years as a non-executive director.

Henderson was a senior partner at Slaughter & May and is now master of Pembroke College, Oxford.

Standard Life group managing director Scott Bell says: “With his knowledge and experience I know Giles will make a significant contribution to the further development of Standard Life.”

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