Phoenix Group Holdings appoints three directors
Wendy Mayall has over thirty years' asset management experience, including as Group Chief Investment Officer and latterly consultant at Liverpool Victoria from 2012 to 2015, having previously been Chief Investment Officer for Unilever's UK pension fund from 1996 to 2011 and holding management responsibility for Unilever's pension funds globally.
From 2006 to 2009, Ms. Mayall was the Chair of the Investment Committee of the Mineworkers Pension Scheme, a British government appointment to one of the largest government backed pension schemes in the UK. She is the non-executive Senior Independent Director of the Aberdeen UK Tracker Trust plc.
John Pollock had a highly successful career in life assurance at the Legal & General Group from 1980 to 2015, including as an executive director of Legal & General Group plc from 2003 to 2015.
Mr. Pollock held numerous senior roles, gaining wide strategic and technical experience, finally as Chief Executive Officer of LGAS (L&G Assurance Society), one of Legal and Generals' three primary business units, employing 6,000 staff.
His previous roles included Chief Executive Officer (Protection and Annuities).
Prior to his retirement from Legal and General in 2015, Mr. Pollock held positions as Deputy Chair of the FCA Practitioner Panel, Chairman of investment platform Cofunds, and as a non-executive director of the Cala Homes Group.
Shott Shott is a highly experienced investment banker, who is European Vice Chairman of Lazard, a role he has held since 2007, and Head of UK Investment Banking at Lazard, which he has been since 2009. He joined Lazard in 1991 and became a partner in 1997. ■
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