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Abbey appoints S&P&#39s Robert Wright

Abbey National is appointing former Save & Prosper senior executive Robert Wright as its product director of retail banking.


Wright, who has held marketing roles at BUPA, Portman Building Society and Midland Bank, will be responsible for the strategic development of bank accounts, personal loans and credit cards.


Retail product director Ambrose McGinn: &#34We are delighted Robert is joining Abbey National because he is an accomplished executive with considerable experience in blue chip financial services.&#34

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