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NAPF appoints new benefits technical manager

The National Association of Pension Funds has appointed David Astley as benefits technical manager.


Astley was Canada Life&#39s benefits technical manager for the last four years.


In his new role he will provide assistance to the benefits committee and standing groups and liaise with the DSS and other Government departments.

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