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Ex-M&G chief joins Neptune as distribution head departs

Former M&G Investments CEO Michael McLintock retired from the company last year


Former chief executive of M&G Investments Michael McLintock has been appointed a special adviser on strategy and distribution at Neptune Investment Management.

McLintock retired from M&G last year, when he was succeeded by Anne Richards.

His appointment comes as Charlie Parker departs for Sanlam UK following a restructuring of his role as head of distribution.

Neptune has confirmed there is an “impending appointment” of a senior external salesperson who will take responsibility for key client relationships.

Neptune also partnered with LGBR last year to broaden its reach among the IFA community.

Parker remains a Neptune shareholder.

Neptune Investment Management founder and chief executive Robin Geffen says: “Neptune has an exceptionally talented team ready to take on Charlie’s responsibilities and help clients access the very strong performance we have to offer across our fund range.

He adds: “We are currently investing in our client investment strategy team to further enhance our service.”


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