Appointments update 11 September 2019

Aegon UK has appointed Mike Holliday-Williams as its chief executive officer.

The appointment will take effect on 1 October 2019 and he will replace Adrian Grace, who has spent ten years at the company. Holliday-Williams was previously managing director of Direct Line and will also be joining Aegon’s management board, subject to regulatory approval.

Smart Pension has named Kirsty Worgan as its chief commercial officer.

Worgan will become the company’s first chief commercial officer and has previously held roles at Bravura Solutions and GBST EMEA. While at Bravura, Worgan helped the Australian wealth management and funds administration technology provider win a number of high profile UK clients, as well as in the wider EMEA area.

LawDeb has announced the appointment of Alison Creed as a director.

Creed brings 30 years of experience across trustee and company business, audit and accounting, most recently at Fairway Group where she was head of fund administration. This follows roles at RBC Wealth Management including managing director and joint head of business for the RBC Corporate Employee and Executive Service, and PwC where she was an audit manager.

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