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SLI appoints new communications team

Scottish Life International has made two new appointments to its communications team.

Mark Whittet is the new communications manager. He was group press officer at British Energy and previously worked as a journalist with The Sunday Times, PR Week and The Herald.

Debbie Storm joins as press officer after working at Scottish Widows and Standard Life.

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