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Scottish Widows appoints Norval Bryson as non-exectutive director

Scottish Widows has announced the appointment of Dr Norval Bryson as a non-executive director.

Bryson spent the majority of his career at Scottish Provident, most recently as group finance director and deputy group managing director.

Archie Kane, chief executive of Scottish Widows, says: I am delighted to announce Norvals appointment to the board. He brings with him a wealth of business experience and technical expertise.

Norvals track record in the financial services sector speaks for itself and the board is very much looking forward to working with him.

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