In response to the increasing demands of Solvency II, the UK arm of Dutch insurer Aegon has shaken up its management structure. Current chief financial officer Mark Laidlaw will take on the new role of chief risk officer, and will be replaced by Bill Robertson.
Robertson has been Aegon UK's chief actuary since 2004 and before this worked in various roles throughout the company. Both Laidlaw and Robertson will report to UK chief exective Otto Thoresen, who said the recent financial market falls m
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