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Zurich chief to go in revamp

Zurich Financial Services is pushing through a reorganisation plan which will see its UK life business chief executive Phil Smith leaving the firm. Smith will be replaced by three chief executives as the business is reorganised into three divisions. The direct-sales arm will be headed by former Allied Dunbar managing director Keith Baldwin. The IFA arm will be headed by former Zurich IFA managing director Jerry Grayburn. The support division will be headed by former Zurich chief operating officer Phil Hodkinson.

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Marketing chief for new Standard arm

Standard Life has appointed Kenneth Andrew as marketing director of its investment management company, to be launched next month. Andrew has more than 25 years experience in financial services, having held senior management positions at NatWest and Chase Manhattan.

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