Sprung steps down from Royal Liver board

Stodell, Hannah
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p56
The article reports on the resignation of Peter Sprung from the board of Royal Liver Assurance Ltd. in Great Britain. Sprung is still an active member of the Royal Liver management since he was appointed as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Park Row. It is said that there will be no alterations on his roles.


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