Skandia changes CEO
After 27 years, Skandia International is changing its CEO as Andre Oszmann decides to move on.
Oszmann will leave the business at the end of May to explore new challenges, according to Skandia, the retail arm of wealth manager Old Mutual Group. He will remain on some of the Skandia International boards until the company and he decide that should come to an end.
Up until leaving, Oszmann will work with his successor, Steven Levin, to help with the handover process.
In his new capacity as CEO, Levin will be responsible for growing the Skandia International business, which specialises in offering offshore investment products.
He will focus on developing investment solutions and support services for a range of investors and advisers, in local markets and for expats.
Levin has worked for the Old Mutual Group in a number of roles since 1998. Currently, he is product and proposition director for Old Mutual’s long term savings business globally.
Recently, he has been responsible for identifying the synergies between different Old Mutual businesses and what they offer in a number of markets.
Beforehand, he held roles in Old Mutual South Africa and Old Mutual Asset Managers.
Skandia International is an offshore life company that sells Isle of Man and Guernsey-registered products into mainly Asia, Europe, UK and south America.
Parent company Old Mutual has its major operations in Africa, Europe and America.