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PPML appoints new marketing head

Sipp administrator PPML is appointing Gareth Davies as head of marketing, reporting directly to marketing and development director Kevan Ward. Davies joins from PPML parent Credit Suisse where he has held a number of strategic business development and marketing roles in the UK, Switzerland and France.

Davies is an active human rights campaigner and chaired the UK AGM of Amnesty International for two years.

Ward says: “The company is at a stage in its development where the marketing and business support effort is key. We have in excess of 23,000 Sipps at the moment and Gareth&#39s broad experience will be an important part of future success.”

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