Articles - Standard Life appoint new Head of Platform Distribution


 Standard Life has appointed Jason Tunbridge as Head of Platform Distribution.

 He will replace Chris Divito who is moving to Standard Life International to work on its overseas proposition. Both roles will be effective from 3 January 2012.

 Jeff Regazzoni, Head of Retail Distribution at Standard Life said: "I wish Chris well in his new role and would like to thank him for his hard work and his contribution to the impressive performance delivered by our platforms this year. On our Wrap platform alone we've seen assets under management increase to £10.6bn and it is now being used by 961 IFA firms*.

 "Jason has held a number of senior management roles in our retail division. 2012 presents significant opportunities in the run up to the Retail Distribution Review and Jason has the skills and experience to build on the growth Chris and the team have achieved."

 Jason Tunbridge said, "I am looking forward to leading Standard Life's platforms business in 2012, which is shaping up to be a defining year for the industry."

 *As at 30 September 2011

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