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Andrew Ketteringham joined the Alzheimer’s Society in October 2006 as head of policy and public affairs and will retire in January 2012.
Before that he spent six years at the General Medical Council as the director of policy and corporate affairs.
In the late 1990’s he was the director of communications for Broadcasting Standards Commission, and before that spent more than twenty years of working at the city of London as the director of public affairs for Lloyds TSB.
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