Standard Life has appointed Luke Savage as chief financial officer (CFO) and an executive director of the Company, with effect from 18 August 2014. Savage joins from Lloyd’s of London (Lloyd’s), where he was director of Finance and Operations. During his time at Lloyd’s, Savage was responsible for the programme to implement Solvency 2 across the Lloyd’s market, and delivery of change to the operations of the business and the market.
Prior to his time at Lloyd’s, Savage spent four years at Deutsche Bank as global CFO for the equities business and 10 years with Morgan Stanley in various financial controller roles.
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