David Doyle, Egg’s chief financial officer, is to leave the niche financial services company, it said today.
Doyle has been forced out as part of a restructuring of the company, following its high-profile retreat from France and the failed sale of the entire company by its owner Prudential.
It is thought Doyle will leave with an estimated £300,000 payoff.
An Egg spokesman said the CFO will formally leave the company in May, when he will be replaced by Mark Nancarrow, currently the group’s chief operating officer.
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