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Skipton subsidiary appoints business development director

Skipton Building Society third party administration subsidiary Savings Management is appointing Duncan Gregory as business development director.

Gregory began his career as an IFA with Skipton Financial Services in 1991, and was formerly Savings Management project manager.

Gregory says: “I have been lucky to work within an organisation that prides itself on its continual self development and has such a high regard for its customer service.”

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