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Aegon UK appoints industry development head

Aegon UK has appointed Peter Williams, 47, in a new role as head of industry development.

Williams, who was previously Scottish Equitable IFA training manager, will be aiming to develop Aegon UK&#39s relationship with trade and industry bodies along with director of corporate communications, Laurie Edmans and director of pensions development, Stewart Ritchie.

He has been with ScotEq since 1977 and was chair of the Society of Financial Advisers in 2000 and became vice president of the Chartered Insurance Institute this year.

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