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Barclays Financial Planning appoints new sales director

Barclays has appointed Vincent O&#39Shea as the sales director of Barclays Financial Planning reporting directly to managing director, Jim Reeve.

Barclas says this appointment completes the formation of the Barclays Financial Planning executive team.

Reeve says: “I am delighted to welcome Vincent to Barclays. Regulatory change creates some fantastic opportunities for Barclays Financial Planning and with Vincent&#39s experience in both in the financial services and FMCG sales and marketing space, he is well placed to help us to capitalise on these opportunities and take the business forward.”

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