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Kempster outlines his DBS strategy

DBS&#39s new chief executive Tony Kempster outlined the company&#39s strategy for the next year at its annual conference last week.


Kempster told delegates that his first move on arrival was to begin a strategic review of the business.


He said: &#34My attitude to running this business is that the key to success for DBS is to help members build bigger and more profitable business. If your business and profits grow, the DBS business and its profits grow. It&#39s not very complicated, is it?&#34

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