Trevor Matthews

Milner, Leah
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/27/2009, p15
The article discusses the sentiments of chief executive officer Trevor Matthews of Friends Provident PLC over the Resolution Group takeover in Great Britain. He says this move will bring exciting prospects for the company. He emphasizes that he and finance director Evelyn Bourke will have greater influence over future acquisitions under the new governance changes of Resolution's offer. He stresses that service levels will not suffers as a result of the Resolution deal.


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