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Tenet appoints executive director

The Tenet Group has appointed Rupert Robson as non-executive member of the Tenet main board.

Robson has worked for 10 years for Schroders, three years as head of European insurance for Citigroup Global Markets and most recently, holding the position of global head of the Financial Institutions Group at HSBC corporate, investment banking and markets.

Robson says: I’m delighted to be joining the board of Tenet. This is an industry with which I have been familiar for a number of years and it is a great pleasure to be associated with one of its clear leaders.

I have every confidence that Tenet will continue to break new ground in the sector in the years ahead and thereby maintain its pre-eminent position.

Simon Hudson, group chief executive of Tenet, says: We have known Robson for a number of years and are well aware of his accomplished career.

We are delighted that Robson is joining the Tenet main board – his knowledge and experience will be a great asset in ensuring the Tenet Group maintains its position as a dominant and innovative force in the intermediary market.

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