Key Retirement has appointed a chief financial officer in Rob Scott.
Scott was previously group financial controller at AA, while earlier in his career he group chief accountant at over 50s-focused company Saga.
Simon Thompson, deputy chief executive of Key Retirement Group, whom Scott will report to, said: “Our strategy of building Key into the trusted brand for the over-55s in the retirement segment of financial services is performing well, as demand for independent advice and financial planning support from people in or approaching retirement expands.
“Rob’s experience and expertise will be a major asset for our business and I look forward to working with him as we continue to build for the future.”
Scott joined Saga Group as group chief accountant in September 2004 and was promoted to group chief accountant of Acromas Holdings in 2007 ahead of the merger of Saga and the AA.
He was promoted again to finance Director at Titan Travel and then became group financial Controller at AA plc in 2012.
He started his career with Silver Altman in 1995 before joining EY as an insurance audit manager in 1998.
Scott said: “Having been heavily focused in the past on the retirement sector, Key Retirement Group has always been a stand out business I have admired.
“The business has ambitious and achievable plans for growth and I look forward to working with the team to help deliver them.”