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Scottish Life management appointments

Scottish Life has appointed two new members to its management team. David McKenzie is the new senior product marketing manager and is responsible for developing promotional literature and product support services for IFAs.

McKenzie was formerly account manager in Prudential&#39s corporate pensions division after spending 10 years at Scottish Amicable.

Paul Spriddle has been appointed IFA partnership manager, a newly created role, responsible for boosting sales, through IFAs, of defined contribution pensions to large employers, through Scottish Life&#39s new e-services platform.

Spriddle has been with Scottish Life for 17 years at the Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh branches.

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