Head of intermediary development for insurer will step down at end of April
With the pandemic bringing him a new perspective on life, Richard Kateley has decided to retire from Legal & General, he has told COVER, for "multiple reasons". "Last year focused my mind towards my own mortality, with two friends in their early fifties passing away due to coronavirus," he said. After reflecting on his own wife's heart surgery, which she's now recovered from, and assessing their own position with no kids and no mortgage left to pay, Kateley, at the age of 54, has called time...
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