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Standard Life appoints Threesixty Services’ Innes Miller

Innes Miller Threesixty

Standard Life has appointed Threesixty Services head of business consultancy Innes Miller as head of adviser business solutions.

Standard says Miller will help adviser firms grow while reducing costs and risks in their business.

Miller will report to Standard Life head of adviser and investment propositions Eddy Reynolds.

Reynolds says: “Our relationship with advisers is key to the success of our business and we recognise the environment they are operating in is becoming increasingly challenging.”

Miller says: “I will be working collaboratively with adviser businesses to understand their needs and will develop solutions based on their feedback.”

Standard acquired Threesixty Services outright in March 2010.



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