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Scottish Provident creates new role


Scottish Provident has appointed Robert Greenshields to its newly created role of head of marketing communications and research.


Greenshields will be responsible for the group&#39s communications strategy including research, advertising and media relations.


He was formerly marketing manager for The WM Company.


He joins the life office on June 16.

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