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New non-exec director at Chelsea Building Society

Chelsea Building Society has announced the appointment of a new non-executive director. Jean Irvine, who is currently a non-executive board adviser within the Ministry of Defence and a member of the British Computer Society, joined the Society following her approval by the FSA last week. Until 2001, Irvine worked in a variety of senior roles at Consignia including programme director, group personnel strategy director and information technology director.

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Scottish Widows Bank Revision Round-up

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New Star shines on European leaders

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UK gilts: Shaken and stirred

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