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DIRECTORS APPOINTED TO RUN SCOTTISH FUNDS

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Directors of finance have been appointed for the new unitary authorities responsible for pension funds in Scotland ...
Directors of finance have been appointed for the new unitary authorities responsible for pension funds in Scotland following local government reorganisation.

Gordon Edwards is new director of finance at City of Aberdeen UA which will run the Grampian RC pension fund. Mr Edwards had been assistant director of finance at Grampian since 1990.

Evelyn Stewart, new director of finance at Highland UA, was depute director of finance at Highland RC, where she had spent four years.

New director of finance at Borders UA is John Campbell, director of finance at Roxburgh DC since 1988 and president of the Scottish branch of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants.

After 40 years at Glasgow City Council where he became director of finance, Jimmy Andrews is director of finance at City of Glasgow UA, which will take over the Strathclyde RC pension fund.

Peter Ritchie, who was depute director of finance at Fife RC, becomes director of finance at Fife UA and David Darwood is director of finance at City of Dundee UA which will take on the Tayside RC pension fund.

Julian Cowie, formerly director of financial services at Annandale and Eskdale DC, is new director of corporate finance at Dumfries and Galloway UA, while Alec Janetta, formerly director of finance at Falkirk DC, takes his title to Falkirk UA.

Donald McGougan, new acting director of finance at City of Edinburgh UA, was previously depute director of finance at Edinburgh City Council.

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