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Russell Investments bolsters UK IFA team

Russell Investments has appointed Danny Callaghan as head of UK IFA sales within its UK private clients services investment team.

Callaghan joins from Montpellier Asset Management where he was a partner. He was responsible for transforming the firms business model for the RDR. Prior to this he was a sales director at Zurich Financial Services.

He will work alongside Rob Baird, who recently took up the position of channel management director for the team.

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