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Swip sales trio exit following Aberdeen takeover

Swip sales trio exit following Aberdeen takeover

Scottish Widows Investment Partnership's head of multi-manager distribution and strategic alliances, Bernard Henshall, has left the group following its acquisition by Aberdeen.

Henshall, who had worked at the group since 2007, was previously head of investment distribution at Winterthur.

Meanwhile, strategic alliances investment sales director Martin Jenkins, and David Ross, Swip's investment sales director for Scotland and Northern Ireland, have also left the group. 

Aberdeen restructured its investment division following completion of the £550 million takeover in April.

This saw Swip chief executive Dean Buckley, real estate director Lynda Shillaw, fixed income director Mark Connolly, and global equity director Will Low all leave the business. 

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