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Changes at Invesco Pensions

Invesco Pensions has appointed John Griffiths as business development

manager and Mark McDonnell as head of client services. Griffiths, formerly

employee benefits manager at Scottish Mutual, takes responsibility for

managing new client relationships while Griffiths, who joins from Scottish

Mutual, will work with consultant actuaries and trustees in the Midlands

and the North.

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