Otto Thoresen to leave ABI for NEST

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Association of British Insurers (ABI) director general Otto Thoresen is to step down in 2015 to chair the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST).

Huw Evans, the current deputy director general of the ABI, will succeed Thoreson as director general in February 2015.  Thoresen said: "It has been a privilege to lead the ABI during a critical point in its evolution. "While it will be a personal wrench to leave the organization, the opportunity to chair the trustee board of NEST at a key stage in the delivery of pension reform was an opportunity I couldn't pass by. "The role also gives me the scope to develop some of my other interests, in the third sector and elsewhere."  Thoresen's past achievements include the Thoresen Revie...

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