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Staffordshire appoints chief executive

Staffordshire Building Society has appointed Bill Snaith as its new chief executive.

Snaith, who was previously the firm’s deputy chief executive, has been acting CEO since January.

In his new position, Snaith says he will fight to ensure that Staffordshire remains an independent building society.

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