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Coventry BS appoints new general manager for marketing

Coventry Building Society has appointed Mark Murphy to its executive team as general manager, marketing.

Murphy, 36, joins from Abbey National where he worked for 12 years in a number of management positions, most recently as business development director of First National Bank.

He will be responsible for all Coventry&#39s marketing activities.

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