Brooks Macdonald Group names Andrea Montague as next CEO

Andrew Shepherd to retire after 22 years with the group

Jenna Brown
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Brooks Macdonald has named Andrea Montague as its next group chief executive (CEO) after Andrew Shepherd announced his retirement from the business after 22 years.

Montague, the current chief financial officer, will take up the top leadership position on 1 October, subject to regulatory approval. She has been appointed CEO designate from 1 July. She joined the group in August last year and has extensive experience in the UK long-term savings and asset management sector. Prior to Brooks Macdonald Montague was most recently group chief risk officer at Aviva, and group chief financial controller before that. She also held senior leadership positions at Royal London Group and Standard Life. Chairman Maarten Slendebroek said: "Since joining the gr...

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