Life after broker division.

Splitting the management of Royal & SunAlliance between a group chief
executive and an executive deputy chairman was seen by many in the market
as a curious decision. While it meant that Richard Gamble and Roger
Taylor, the former chiefs of Royal Insurance and Sun Alliance, were
afforded a certain amount of equality in their new roles, it also gave
rise to alleged rifts between the two bosses.

The decision to replace the duo with a single group chief executive at the
end of last year was therefore

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