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Scottish Widows Investment Partnerships appoints HR head

Scottish Widows Investment Partnership is appointing Lynne Wood as head of human resources. Wood joins from Murray Johnstone Limited where she was also head of human resources.

She was previously human resources manager at Scottish Amicable Investment Managers.

Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, chief executive officer Bill Main says: “I am delighted to welcome Lynne to the team and feel sure that she has the experience and determination necessary to develop the human resources strategy here.”

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Our client leads the global market in high-tech electronics manufacturing and digital media. The trustees of the company’s final salary pension scheme insure death-in-service lump sum and dependants’ pension death benefits for active employees, as well as dependants’ pension benefits for deferred members (those who have left service).

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