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Principality director to retire

James Jamieson, financial director of the Principality Building Society, will retire in March 2003.

Jamieson has been with the Society for almost 24 years, having joined as assistant secretary in charge of the accounts department.

He was appointed general manager of finance in 1986 and finance director in 1992. He oversaw the development of the treasury department and also been involved in the development of current systems in the finance area.

Peter Griffiths, chief executive of Principality, says: ” James will retire having made a large and positive contribution to the success of the society and leaves it in a strong financial position.”

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