View more on these topics

Standard Life marketing director Stephen Ingledew exits

Stephen Ingledew 700x450Standard Life UK pensions and savings marketing managing director Stephen Ingledew has left the business and is on gardening leave, Money Marketing can reveal.

Ingledew went on gardening leave on 16 August. Standard Life says the company’s marketing management team will continue to lead the team in his absence.

Ingledew joined Standard Life in 2007 and has held roles a the company including distribution strategy director, customer and marketing managing director, and UK corporate managing director.

Prior to joining Standard Life, Ingledew was Barclays Financial Planning commercial director and also previously worked at national IFA firm Berkeley Berry Birch where he was group chief executive.

A Standard Life spokeswoman says in a statement: “I can confirm Stephen Ingledew has left Standard Life. We wish him all the best for the future.”

Recommended

Standard-Life-Building-700x450.jpg
2

Drawdown boost pushes Standard Life pension profits up 7%

Standard Life saw pre-tax profits in its pensions and savings business grow 7 per cent to £151m in the first half of 2016, up from from £141m last year. In its half year results, published today, the group said assets under administration in the division grew by 6 per cent to £139.2m from £131.6m in […]

Standard Life’s Jamie Jenkins on nudge theory for the over 55s

Standard Life head of pensions strategy Jamie Jenkins has a solution to the retirement savings gap. Unfortunately, however, it is not a quick fix. “What we need is a savings culture,” he says. “Automatic enrolment is nudging people towards that but it’s just the start of the process. We could have people saving for their […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

There are 6 comments at the moment, we would love to hear your opinion too.

  1. I remember Steve from way back in Frizzell days; he was a great guy then and I wish him all the best in the future.

  2. Based on the lousy performance of their ‘flagship’ fund GARS and falling service standards, I would expect others to follow!

  3. I recruited Steve to Friends Prov back in the day. Always got on well with him. More time with Reading FC, buddy?

  4. I also remember Steve fondly from his Frizzell days when ai was at the MRC. Hope all is well with you Steve, now and in the future

Leave a comment