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Severn becomes new director-general of AIFA

David Severn, former head of retail investment policy at the Financial Services Authority, is to replace Paul Smee as director-general of the Association of IFAs.

Chris Cummings currently director of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries has been appointed deputy director-general of both AIFA and AMI.

Fay Goddard will work on policy across both organisations.

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