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SLI appoints compliance manager

Scottish Life International is appointing Susan Quayle as technical services manager to its group compliance and legal department.

Quayle joins SLI from Scottish Provident where she was marketing manager, technical and compliance. Prior to this role she worked at Axa Equity & Law International and Royal Life International.

SLI group compliance and legal manager Colin Shopland says: “We are delighted to welcome Susan on board. Her industry experience and knowledge of the markets will complement and strengthen the skills of the team.”

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