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ABI expands media relations team

The ABI is expanding its press team. with the appointment of two new members.

Emma Grainge joins from Marks & Spencer Financial Services and Leonie Edwards from Gavin Anderson & Company.

Both will work alongside assistant media relations manager Malcolm Tarling and report to head of media and political affairs Alan Leaman.

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