Peter Hubbard to take chair at The Exeter

Succeeds Wallace Dobbin

Hemma Visavadia
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Peter Hubbard to take chair at The Exeter

The Exeter has appointed Peter Hubbard as its chair and latest non-executive director of the board, succeeding Wallace Dobbin who has retired after 14 years at the helm of the board and 17 with the firm.

Hubbard is currently chair of the Dudley Building Society and has previously served as chair of both Co-op Insurance and BeWiser. He has also held senior positions as group chief executive for the UK general group of businesses, chief executive of AXA Insurance and managing director of e-commerce at Lloyd's Banking Group. Commenting on his new role, Hubbard said he was delighted to be joining The Exeter at such an important time for existing and potential members, "a time when economic ...

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