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Skipton announce new head of insurance

Skipton Building Society has announced the appointment of David Harvey as its new head of insurance.

Harvey&#39s role will be to develop current insurance arrangements, research new products and maintain and develop relations with existing insurance contacts.

He joins Skipton from Norwich Union and has worked in several senior financial management positions in the building society sector.

Commenting on his appointment Harvey says: “Working with Skipton offers me an opportunity to put all my valuable experience into an organisation that works with high calibre insurance providers.”

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