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Scottish Re Announces North America Management Change.

HAMILTON, Bermuda -- Scottish Re Group Limited (Pink Sheets:SKRRF) "Scottish Re" or the Company, announced today that it has appointed Meredith Ratajczak as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company's North American business. Meredith has been with Scottish Re since 2006 and has served as the Company's Chief Actuary and Interim Chief Financial Officer for the North American business.

Prior to joining Scottish Re in 2006, Meredith was a Principal and Consulting Actuary at Milliman for nineteen years. She has also worked as an actuary for Investors Life Insurance Company of North America and Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. Meredith served on the planning committee for the Valuation Actuary Symposium for twelve years, four of those years as Chairperson. She also served on the faculty of the Life and Health Qualifications Seminar for two years.

Meredith holds a B.B.A. with a major in Finance from Penn State University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA) and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA).

About Scottish Re

Scottish Re Group Limited is a global life reinsurance specialist. Scottish Re has operating businesses in Bermuda, Ireland and the United States. Its flagship operating subsidiaries include Scottish Annuity & Life Insurance Company (Cayman) Ltd. And Scottish Re (U.S.), Inc. Additional information about Scottish Re Group Limited can be obtained from its Web site,
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Date:Feb 20, 2009
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