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Changes at advice arm

1825 chairman Murray steps down for new SLA role

Steve MurraySteve Murray, chairman of Standard Life Aberdeen’s adviser arm, 1825, is stepping down a year after the role was created.

He will become deputy head of private markets for Standard Life Aberdeen and will be replaced at 1825 by SLA head of UK Barry O’Dwyer who set up the business in 2015.

Mr Murray (pictured) was CEO of the original team at 1825 and became chairman when the role was created last September in a leadership reshuffle which saw. Julie Scott replace him.

SLA continues to own a quarter of advice and mortgage network Tenet and Mr Murray has become a non-executive director.

See also:

Interview with Julie Scott

New CEO at Standard Life as Murray takes chair



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