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Ascentric appoints development managers

Mike Morrow Ascentric

Ascentric has appointed HSBC regional IFA sales manager Matt Nelson as business development manager and Russell Investments regional director Lester Curley as sales development manager.

Nelson has 25 years experience in financial services and has previously worked for Axa Sun Life and Winterthur. Prior to Russell Investments, Curley was Standard Life investment development manager for the Midlands.

Ascentric sales and marketing director Mike Morrow (pictured) says: “Lester and Matt are important additions to our business development team as they both have considerable experience working with and understanding what intermediaries are looking for.”

Last month, Ascentric appointed Investment Funds Direct Limited head of client services Philip Gilder as head of proposition delivery and HSBC senior proposition development manager Jason Owen as head of propositions development.


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