Bright Grey's chief executive David Robinson has left the firm to pursue other interests. Robinson w...
Bright Grey's chief executive David Robinson has left the firm to pursue other interests. Robinson was employed by Royal London in September 2001 to launch Bright Grey. He is expected to take time off, before planning his next venture. Mike Yardley, group chief executive of Royal London, will be the interim chief executive of Bright Grey. Robinson said: "I am proud of what Bright Grey stands for in the market and what we have achieved in just three years of trading. My decision to leave has not been an easy one, but launching and building Bright Grey has been all-consuming and it is time for me to take some time out and find out what the future holds."
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