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James Hay appoints Alastair Conway as chief exec

James Hay has appointed former Cofunds head of sales and marketing Alastair Conway as chief executive.

Conway announced he was leaving Cofunds in January after five years with the platform.

He joined Cofunds in 2008 as marketing and proposition director. Prior to Cofunds he was head of propositions and commercial development at Sesame.

The move also sees current James Hay managing director Tim Sargisson take up the newly created role of chief executive of James Hay parent IFG’s Financial Services Division.

IFG Group chief executive Mark Bourke says: “Alastair comes to us with an excellent track record and we look forward to the next stage of the James Hay Partnership’s development under his management.”


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  1. VC investors in IFG Group got bored of waiting for growth from James Hay?

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