Vicky Churcher to join IPTF as new co-chair

Katie Crook-Davies to step down

John Brazier
clock • 3 min read

The Income Protection Task Force (IPTF) has announced that Vicky Churcher will become the industry body’s new co-chair, as Katie Crook-Davies will step down from the role at the end of the year.

Churcher, who announced her retirement from AIG Life in March this year, will take up the role of co-chair alongside Andrew Wibberley and Jo Miller as of January next year. Crook-Davies, who has co-chaired the group with Miller and Wibberley since January 2021, stated her primary focus going forward will be on "growing the reach and impact" of the financial modelling software solution, t+1, launched by life and health consultancy, Tabei, in August. "It's been a fantastic experience leading the IPTF with Jo and Andrew for the last three years, and I feel immensely proud of what we as a...

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