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Scottish Life swaps senior staff

Scottish Life has announced a top level job swap within its senior management.


The swap is part of the life offices long term commitment to broaden the expertise and experience of its senior management.


As part of the move Scottish Life assistant general manager marketing Chris Cormack will takeover the position of actuary at Scottish Life International.


Cormack switches positions with Ewan Smith who is currently SLI&#39s actuary and finance director.


Group chief executive Brian Duffin says: &#34There are a lot of very experienced and talented people working throughout the group. The exchange programme has been developed to ensure we are getting full advantage of their skills.&#34

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