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Moss moves from HSBC to Widows

Scottish Widows has appointed Nathan Moss as managing director of marketing and distribution to replace Newton Scott, who has retired.

Moss joins from HSBC, where he was chief operating officer of online investment and banking joint venture Merrill Lynch HSBC. Before that, he headed HSBC&#39s personal financial services business.

He will be responsible for new business acquisition and marketing activity for IFAs direct to consumers and through the LloydsTSB branch network and Scottish Widows International.

Widows chief executive Mike Ross says: “Scottish Widows has ambitious plans to build on its strong base as one of the UK&#39s leading life, pension and investment providers. I am delighted Nathan is joining us.”

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