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 Royal London announces new non-executive director: Sally Bridgeland appointed to Board of mutual

 Royal London, the UK’s largest mutual life, pensions and investment company, has announced the appointment of Sally Bridgeland as a non-executive director.

 Sally spent 20 years in a variety of roles at AON Hewitt, covering the design and funding of pension arrangements and advising on investment strategy for pension funds and insurance companies. With responsibilities covering product development and business strategy, Sally led a number of industry innovations including developing the liability-driven investment (LDI) concept and using behavioural finance to communicate risk, savings and investment decisions.

 In 2007, Sally was appointed Chief Executive Officer of BP Pension Trustees Limited. In this role, Sally was responsible for strategy, regulatory and operational matters for the £19 billion BP Pension Fund. During her time at BP she negotiated a new framework for funding and investment and a implemented new approach to risk management and governance.

 Sally currently serves as an International Advisory Board member for the EDHEC- Risk Institute; chairs the Education Committee of the Worshipful Company of Actuaries and is Trustee of its Charitable Trust. She is also a member of FTSE’s Policy Group, providing oversight of FTSE’s index rules and strategic direction.

 Commenting on the appointment, Royal London Chairman Rupert Pennant-Rea said:

 “I am very pleased that Sally is joining the Royal London Board. She has a wealth of experience in investment which will be a great asset to the Board. We have received regulatory
 approval for her appointment which is effective from 14 January 2015.”

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