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Skipton Building Society appoints head of corporate communications


Skipton Building Society has appointed Mark Smitheringale as head of corporate communications.


Smitheringale moves to the role from his current position as head of special projects and managing director of the society&#39s subsidiary Skipton MortgagesLimited.


He has been with the society for eight years.

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