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Skandia appoints head of UK proposition

Skandia appoints head of UK proposition

Skandia has split its proposition roles and appointed Tom Hawkins as head of UK proposition marketing.

Phil Oxenham, who previously headed up both the UK and international proposition marketing teams, will now focus solely Skandia’s international proposition.

In his newly-created role, Hawkins will have responsibility for the development and marketing of Skandia’s customer proposition in the UK, covering platform, pensions and investment solutions.

Skandia is part of Old Mutual Wealth, which is headed by Paul Feeney (pictured). The company said that having specific focus on the UK and international propositions will enable it to better support financial advisers.

Hawkins has been at Skandia for 15 years and previously headed up the strategy and research team.

'I am delighted to announce the appointment of Tom Hawkins as our new head of UK proposition marketing. Tom has done a fantastic job contributing towards the strategy of the business and will play a key role in shaping our UK proposition going forwards.' Michelle Andrews, marketing director at Skandia, said.

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