Mark Myers to stand down as British Friendly CEO

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The Board of British Friendly has announced that CEO Mark Myers will be standing down in 2017 after nearly seven years in the role.

A search for his successor is underway with an announcement expected before the end of this year. Myers joined British Friendly in 2010 from LV= where he served as Distribution Director and then Partnership Director. This followed more than 20 years with Lloyds Bank where his final role was Retail Sales Director. Myers said: "It has been a privilege to lead British Friendly and to have contributed to the position we are in today as a leading Income Protection provider. "Seven years is a long time as CEO and I am delighted that I am leaving the role with the Society in a strong p...

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