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Leaman to leave ABI for new role

The ABI's Director of Corporate Affairs, Alan Leaman, will be leaving the Association later this summer to take up a new role as Chief Executive of the Management Consultancies Association.

Stephen Haddrill, the ABI's Director General, said:

"I'd like to thank Alan for the excellent contribution he has made to the ABI's success over the last seven years, and in particular for his support and guidance in his recent role as Director of Corporate Affairs. His appointment to that position was testament not only to his skills in co-ordinating the ABI's political and media strategies, but also to his wider managerial abilities in running several key ABI teams. He will be missed by all at the ABI, and we wish him all the best for his exciting and challenging new role."

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Notes for Editors

1. Enquiries to:
Alan Leaman 020 7216 7440 (Mobile: 07957 482 330)
Jonathan French 020 7216 7392 (Mobile: 07958 330 480)
Malcolm Tarling 020 7216 7410 (Mobile: 07776 147 667)
Erfan Hussain 020 7216 7411 (Mobile: 07712 841 184)
Kelly Ostler-Coyle 020 7216 7415 (Mobile: 07968 364 302)

2. The ABI is the trade association for Britain's insurance industry. Its nearly 400 member companies provide over 94% of the insurance business in the UK. It represents insurance companies to the Government, and to the regulatory and other agencies, and is an influential voice on public policy and financial services issues. ABI member companies hold up to a sixth of all investments traded on the London Stock Exchange, on behalf of millions of pensioners and savers.

3. An ISDN line is available for broadcasts.

Copies of all ABI news releases, together with other information from the Association, can be seen on our website http://www.abi.org.uk

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