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Principality restructure executive

The executive team at the Principality Building Society has been restructured by its chief executive, Peter Griffiths.

Bill Mayne has been appointed director of sales & marketing, Micheal McGuire, director, business development and brought in Chris McVeigh who is managing director of Peter Alan ltd.

Commenting on his new look team, Peter Griffiths says: “Tomorrow&#39s customers will require a range of products more closely tailored to their lifestyle circumstances and delivered through a variety of distribution channels that suit them. Accordingly, it was important to look at some of the key management positions in the business with the aim of better delivering these challenging objectives.

“It is people who make the difference in a service industry like ours and it is vital to get the right blend of individuals throughout the business in order to differentiate the Principality from competitors.”

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