Aviva's director of distribution development, Dean Lamble, has left the company after just over a year in the position.
Lamble [pictured] joined as head of life strategy in 2008, moving into a distribution role after the departure of Stephen Gay to AIFA in December 2010.
A spokesperson confirmed Lamble was "no longer with the company", and had left in the past month. A replacement is currently being sought.
Before joining Aviva, Lamble worked for a number of technology companies including Compaq and Hewlett Packard.
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