UK - Morley Fund Management chief executive Keith Jones will be the next chairman of the Association of British Insurers' investment committee.
Jones – who succeeds Standard Life chief executive Sandy Crombie – has vowed to promote continued dialogue within the investment community.
He said: “This is an important time for the committee as it stands at the crossroads where numerous stakeholders are conducting a robust dialogue regarding key investment issues.”
Jones’s two-year tenure begins in May.
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