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New appointments at CGNU

CGNU has promoted Philip Scott to become executive chairman of Norwich Union Life. His expanded role will encompass being appointed to the board of CGU France and he will also work closely with the board of Delta Lloyd, its Dutch subsidiary.

Gary Withers will become chief executive of Norwich Union Life and will have operational responsibility for the business.

CGNU chief executive Richard Harvey says the move is to take advantage of the burgeoning pan-European financial services industry.

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