Romana Abdin to step down as Simplyhealth CEO

She leaves in 2021

Adam Saville
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Romana Abdin has been Simplyhealth CEO since 2013
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Romana Abdin has been Simplyhealth CEO since 2013

Simplyhealth has announced that Romana Abdin has informed the board she is to step down

The health plan and wellbeing provider Simplyheath said the search for Romana Abdin, the firm's chief executive, is underway. She has been in the role since 2013, having joined as executive director for corporate affairs in 2001. A transition period will begin once a new CEO has been appointed in 2021. Romana Abdin said: "After seven years, now is the right moment for me to pass the baton to a new leader. The transformation work we have done has given us strong foundations, not only to weather...

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