Tenet reveals Mark Scanlon as successor to CEO Martin Greenwood

Greenwood retiring after 19 years with group

Hannah Godfrey
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Mark Scanlon: "I am excited by the opportunities facing Tenet as it continues to meet the evolving needs of the intermediary market."
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Mark Scanlon: "I am excited by the opportunities facing Tenet as it continues to meet the evolving needs of the intermediary market."

Tenet has revealed Mark Scanlon will - subject to regulatory approval - succeed current chief executive Martin Greenwood, who will retire in the spring after 19 years at the adviser support group.

Scanlon is currently chief executive of Personal Group Holdings, which provides employee services, such as employee benefits. The date he will take over as chief executive is yet to be confirmed. Greenwood (pictured)...

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