Steve Webb to leave Royal London

Joining pensions consultancy

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Steve Webb: “I have known and worked with several people from LCP over the years and I know that the firm places great emphasis on client care and creating a working environment that enables talent to flourish."
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Steve Webb: “I have known and worked with several people from LCP over the years and I know that the firm places great emphasis on client care and creating a working environment that enables talent to flourish."

Sir Steve Webb will join Lane Clark and Peacock (LCP) as a partner, leaving Royal London where he is currently director of policy.

The former pensions minister will join the consultancy to focus on its client service and the "ever-evolving" regulatory environment. Joining on 10 February, he will also spearhead LCP's campaigns to help...

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