Paul Pettitt to step down from Origo in 2018

Kim Kaveh
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Paul Pettitt is stepping down after 28 years at Origo
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Paul Pettitt is stepping down after 28 years at Origo

Paul Pettitt will leave Origo next year after 28 years with the financial technology company that has played a key role in developing the pensions dashboard.

Origo announced he will take his retirement in February 2018, and is currently searching for his replacement. The non-profit firm thanked him for his work with the board to drive the strategy that has...

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