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Jim Reeve joins Aifa council

Positive Solutions chief executive Jim Reeve has joined the Aifa council.

Reeve joined Positive Solutions as chief executive in September 2007.

Previously, he has worked for the Zurich group for 25 years eventually become managing director of Zurich IFA group in 2001.

In 2004, Reeve joined Barclays as managing director of its financial planning arm.

Aifa director general Chris Cummings says: “We are delighted that someone of Jim Reeve’s stature and experience has agreed to join the AIFA Council. The coming year will be a challenging one for the IFA community and the financial services industry as a whole. It is encouraging to know we will have Jim’s wealth of experience and knowledge to draw upon. He will be a valued member of the Council.

“We would also like to take this opportunity to thank Tim Morgan, former Aifa Council member and Managing Director of Alexander Forbes, for his excellent contribution and wish him well pursuing his career in South Africa.”

Reeve says: “I am delighted to have been appointed to the Aifa Council. Our marketplace faces significant change but the future opportunities for all IFAs are extremely good. I hope to support Chris and the Council members in championing the important role of IFAs in the future.”


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