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GMAC appoints new chief executive

Mortgage lender GMAC-RFC has appointed Robert Appel as chief executive officer to replace Colin Duggleby who has stepped down as a result of a serious illness. Appel joined GMAC-RFC in 1999 as managing director.

The lender has also appointed Barry Searle to the newly created position of commercial director, David House as product development manager and Christine O&#39Grady as PR manager.

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FMO setting up adviser network

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Sole trader Reid links up with Raymond James

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Employer iPMI responsibilities could continue to escalate, says Jelf

New laws in Dubai will put the burden of providing international private medical insurance (iPMI) firmly on the shoulders of the employer in order to maintain the country’s leading healthcare facilities. With 10,000 UK nationals having moved to the country since 2007 and only 16.5 per cent of the total 8.2 million people living there being Emiratis, Jelf Employee Benefits believes this move was inevitable and employer responsibilities could continue to escalate in future.

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