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Former Standard Life FD heads to employment tribunal

Former Standard Life FD Alison Reed is set to take her former employer to a tribunal over her compensation package

Former Standard Life FD Alison Reed is expected to take her old employer to
an employment tribunal over a compensation dispute.

Reed, who spent 18 months at the firm helping it through a market flotation,
is expected to bring a case against her former employer after the two parties
were unable to agree on her compensation package, reports the FT.

Standard Life’s
annual
report and accounts for 2006
, published on Friday, reveals she
received no remuneration in respect of the termination of her employment.

Further reading:

View Standard
Life’s remuneration report

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