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Suffolk Life appoints new head of corporate sales

Suffolk Life creates a new position of head of corporate sales, appointing Rollo Wilson, formerly of Abbey Investments.

Wilson will be responsible for expanding Suffolk Lifes profile among private banks, stockbrokers and fund managers, and will work into John Moret.

His experience includes positions at Stocktrade, the execution-only arm of Brewin Dolphin, James Hay Pension Trustees and Abbey Investments. Wilson is a fellow of the Securities and Investment Institute.

Suffolk Life sales and marketing director John Moret says: I am delighted that Rollo has joined Suffolk Life, he brings a wealth and experience which will undoubtedly help our pension proposition for the investment market.

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