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Swiss Life appoints Hurd as personal finance director

Swiss Life has announced the appointment of Brian Hurd as director of its personal finance business unit.

Hurd, who comes from Norwich Union, will be responsible for the development of the provider&#39s individual protection portfolio.

Swiss Life says the appointment is a key hire in its drive to take the individual side of the company forward.

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