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Sun Bank makes new board appointment

Sun Bank has appointed Liz Stephens as its operations director.


Stephens will be responsible for all service and processing of the bank&#39s business including residential and commercial mortgages, customer services and special projects.


She will report directly to the bank&#39s managing director Mark Sismey-Durrant.


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(Another) downhill stroll — retirement planning

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