LEGAL & GENERAL has begun the search for a new CFO after incumbent Mark Gregory notified the board of his intention to retire.
Gregory has been with the firm for 17 years, seven of which has seen him serve as on the board, initially as chief executive of the savings business and subsequently as the group CFO.
He will remain as the group CFO until his successor is appointed and will ensure there is a smooth handover.
Chief executive Nigel Wilson said: “Mark has made a terrific contribution in the various and important roles he has undertaken at Legal & General. He has also been a great partner and I thoroughly enjoy working with him. I thank him immensely.
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