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DBS recruits Duff

DBS has announced the appointment of Howard Duff as network recruitment manager for the north of England.

Duff&#39s will be forming part of a new team to spearhead the company&#39s drive to build its member base.

He was previously development manager with Misys IFA services where he was in the sales team responsible for recruiting IFAs to the Misys networks.

Commenting on his appointment Duff says: “Like IFAs I will be conducting fact finding meetings with prospective members so I can match relevant services to the customer&#39s needs.”

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