FPI restructure sees senior departure

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Phillip Cernik has revealed that he is to leave Friends Provident International in February next year, following a restructure of the company's Dubai office. Cernik, pictured above, who has been with the firm for the last five years, including almost three years in his current role, will leave FPI's Emaar Square office in Dubai on 20 December before being on gardening leave until February 2019.  Cernik said he will "still be around" to support his team until he finally exits the busines...

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