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FundsNetwork appoints Nic Burton as head of insured propositions

FundsNetwork has appointed Nic Burton from Scottish Widows as head of insured propositions.

At Scottish Widows Burton managed savings and investment products for the UK IFA market, as well as structured and guaranteed products through the bancassurance channel at Lloyds TSB.

Burton will have management responsibilty for the platform’s recently launched onshore bond, and planned offshore bond launch, along with the development of the platform’s wrap proposition. He will report to head of FundsNetwork David Dalton-Brown.

Dalton-Brown says: “Nic’s specialist knowlege will play a key part in the continuing success of our onshore bond, along with driving forward FundsNetwork’s investment bond proposition with the planned offshore bond launch later this year.”

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