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Scot Wids appoints two to international operations

Scottish Widows Group has made two new appointments as part of a re-structuring of its international operations business.

Mike Smith has been apppointed international business development director, following 25 years with Scot Wids in which he has held positions in IT, marketing and customer services.

Deborah Moon has been recruited as technical manager for Scot Wids International. She joins from HSBC Bank, where she was technical manager in its private client department.

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