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Scottish Life appoints business development manager

Scottish Life has appointed Ian Buchan as its business development manager.


His main role will be the development of new third party administration business at Scottish Life.


He was formerly a consultant at Punter Southall & Co. He has also worked at Buck Consultants and Scottish Provident.


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