The Exeter appoint Gordon Greig as strategy and change director

Joins from Royal London

John Brazier
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The Exeter appoint Gordon Greig as strategy and change director

Gordon Grieg has been announced as The Exeter’s new strategy and change director, overseeing the insurer’s proposition and change teams.

In the new role, Greig will be responsible for driving strategic planning, propositional design, projects, and change delivery, working in collaboration with teams across The Exeter's wider business.  Greig joins The Exeter from Royal London, where he was most recently protection proposition director, having held previous roles with Prudential and Aegon across a 30-year career in life assurance and investments. Commenting on his new role, Greig said: "I am excited to be joining The Exet...

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