Standard Life's pensions and savings chief executive Paul Matthews is standing down and will be replaced by current life assurance CEO Barry O'Dwyer.
Matthews will leave the company in August after 28 years at the firm. His place on the board as executive director will be taken over by O'Dwyer in March. O'Dwyer initially joined Standard Life in 1988...
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