Compulife Inc., a third-party provider of investment services to banks, has named E. Bruce Miller president.

Mr. Miller, who took the reins of the Midlothian, Va., company on Feb. 17, was executive vice president and national sales manager.

Mr. Miller, 45, succeeds Robert Curtis, who remains chairman of Compulife, as well as president and chief executive of PIE Technologies, a sister company.

Separately, Compulife has agreed to provide investment services to two Virginia banks this month and is close to signing two others, said Richard A. Adams, director of new business development.

With the addition of Southside Bank of Tappahannock and Marathon Bank of Winchester, Compulife provides investment services to 35 banks.

Compulife is a subsidiary of ING Group of Amsterdam.

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