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Insight appoints new members to sales team

Insight Investment has appointed two new members to its retail sales team. Neal Bailey joins as head of IFA sales from money management company Lord Abbett, where he was marketing director. He will report to business development director Gordon Phillips. Jeremy Barnett joins as regional sales director, reporting to Bailey. Previously, he has held positions at Hymans Robertson, Henry Cooke Lumsden and Grieg Middleton.

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New chief executive at Yorkshire Building Society

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