Jamie Clark has stepped down as business development manager at Royal London in Edinburgh, after almost 20 years at the firm.
Clark, who specialises in communicating pension issues and has over 25 years' experience in the pensions industry overall, joins Old Mutual Wealth as pensions specialist effective as of this week.
In his new role, he will work with advisers to explain technical pension issues and help them navigate through the constantly evolving pensions environment.
Old Mutual Wealth head of pension sales Roddy Munro said: "He joins us at a time of significant regulatory change within the retirement sector."
Commenting on his new role, Clark said: "Last month ended the Financial Conduct Authority issued three policy papers in the space of a week. Keeping on top of all the changes while still delivering high quality and relevant advice is incredibly challenging.
He started off in the industry in 1988 as a pensions clerk at Guardian Royal Exchange before moving to Commercial Union Life in 1992.
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