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Canada Life appoints Roger Smith as product development manager

Canada Life has appointed Roger Smith as new product development manager.

Smith, who was previously at the Royal Bank of Scotland, will be responsible for researching and developing new products and services. He will also work with internal business areas to support partnership opportunities with insurers and intermediaries.

Head of marketing Marion Ware says: “We are delighted to welcome Roger to Canada Life at a time where there are potentially some very interesting developments in the group market. He brings with him a wealth of experience and we believe he will become an integral part of the marketing department going forward.”

Smith says: “I am excited to be working for one of the leading group insurance providers in the UK and look forward to the challenges the new product development manager role will bring.”


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