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Norwich Union International appoints training manager

Norwich Union International, CGNU&#39s international offshore investment operation, has appointed Paul Kennedy as UK international technical & training manager.

An IFA for 18 years, Kennedy was on NU&#39s Long Term Savings Technical Training Scheme where he gave training to over 1,000 IFAs.

NUI director of UK distribution Steve Johnson says: “With his extensive experience and technical expertise, Paul will play a critical role in achieving our objective of bringing more IFAs into the offshore market.”

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