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September 2, 2010 3:40 am
Insurance industry figure Mark Wood is carving out a boardroom career, just as the Paternoster pension buy-out group he founded is being wound down.
The lofty 57-year-old stepped down last year from the helm of Paternoster, which he started after leaving Prudential where he was head of the UK and Europe arm from 2001 to 2005.
Now he has joined the board of Lloyd’s insurer Chaucer, whose chairman is Martin Gilbert of Aberdeen Asset Management.
Mr Wood also recently became chairman of Jardine Lloyd Thomson Benefit Solutions, as well as chairman of ad agency Beta and digital marketing company Digitalis – not to mention the NSPCC.
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