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Sun Life & Provincial Holdings appoints two non-executive directors

Axa Sun Life holding company Sun Life and Provincial Holdings has appointed two new non-executive directors.


They are Misys deputy chairman Strone MacPherson and Reed Elsevier co-chief executive Nigel Stapleton.

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