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ANDERSON Anderson & Brown Wealth Ltd (AAB Wealth), has announced the appointment of chartered financial planners Andrew Dines, Ian Campbell and Vikki Venerus as directors and shareholders.

Ms Venerus has been with AAB Wealth, part of Aberdeen-based financial services group AAB, since it was founded more than nine years ago and as senior operations manager has had responsibility for the firm’s paraplanners and client service support team.

Mr Dines – a former pupil of Oldmachar Academy – has been with the business since August 2013, having previously worked for Lloyds Banking Group, while Mr Campbell, a business studies graduate of Robert Gordon University, joined the firm in August 2016 after roles at Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds TSB, Lloyds Bank and Bank of Scotland.

Graeme Allan, AAB chief executive, said: “These appointments are thoroughly deserved and recognise the skill, expertise and contributions of each individual. I am delighted to welcome them as both directors and shareholders where they bring valuable experience both as board members and as owners of the business.”

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