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DBS appoints new product provider manager

DBS has appointed Jackie Ison as product provider manager as part of its drive to develop more business initiatives with providers.

Ison was previously products and marketing manager with Halifax IFA where she was responsible for product research and development, marketing and negotiating terms with providers.

Ison says: “I&#39m looking forward to further developing DBS relationships with product providers and working with them to deliver more initiatives to support members and bringing more value for money products to the over half a million clients served by DBS IFAs each year.”

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