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Main takes up Widows post

Scottish Widows Investment Partnership has announced that Bill Main has taken up the role of Chief Executive Officer.

The new CEO will be handling the corporate side of the business, developing and managing the recently merged company. He was previously Deputy Chief Executive of Scottish Widows Investment Partnership.

Bill Main will be working alongside Sandy Nairn, the new Chief Investment Officer, who will be joining Scottish Widows Investment Partnership at the start of November from Templeton Global Equity Group.

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