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Financial Services Forum appoints board members

The Financial Services Forum, a trade body for financial services marketing practitioners, is appointing five new senior marketing professionals to its advisory board.

The new board members are Goldman Sachs marketing director Annie Coleman, Axa marketing director Frank Wilson, Abbey National retail e-commerce and strategy director, Goldfish marketing director Justin Henderson and Munich Re deputy managing director Martin Werth.

The Financial Services Forum says this move reflects the increase in its membership and services.

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