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New sales director at Wesleyan

Wesleyan Assurance Society is appointing Ian Lazenby as its new director of sales. Lazenby was formerly UK Sales Manager at Standard Life.

Regarding his appointment Ian says: “I have noticed the progress being made by the Wesleyan over a number of years. I am excited to be joining such a forward thinking and financially sound organisation.”

Former director of sales Craig Errington is to become managing director of Wesleyan.

Errington says: “I am delighted that someone of Ian&#39s calibre has decided to join our team. He brings a wealth of experience and I am very confident that his energy and drive will see us build on the many successes achieved in the past.”

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