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National Mutual makes several appointments

Life office National Mutual has announced several senior appointments.

Andrew Wilkinson, previously an area sales manager, has been appointed head of marketing. Human resources head Helen Thompson has been appointed head of customer services, and Mike Jackson, formerly national accounts manager, is appointed to the beefed-up post of head of national accounts.

National Mutual deputy managing director Graeme Laws says: "We have two objectives in restructuring the hierarchy: to give systems development more long-term consideration, and to bring sales and services closer together. These appointments are the first phase of that."

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