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Scottish Widows appoints director of strategy, planning and monitoring

Scottish Widows has appointed Tony Owens as director of strategy, planning and monitoring. He will be responsible for the evaluation and design of business reviews and recommending developments and modifications for Scottish Widows. Owens joins from Blas where he is a corporate strategist. Prior to that, he was head of planning and analysis at Martin Currie Investment Management.

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