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Alan Dring set to leave Standard Life Bank

Head of intermediary development Alan Dring is set to leave Standard Life Bank to pursue a new opportunity closer to his home in Staffordshire.

Dring leaves after seven years at the Bank. He, along with sales and marketing director David Macmillan has been driving the sales structure and implementing a phased programme change over the past twelve months, culminating in the launch of a new integrated sales structure.

Macmillan says: “Alan has been a valuable member of the team and has been integral in building the Bank as a successful and profitable business.”

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