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Martin Reynolds to leave PMS

PMS director of business development Martin Reynolds (pictured) is to leave the firm.

Sesame says PMS managing director John Cupis will assume day to day responsibility for Reynold’s role. He says: “Martin has played a valuable role in helping to deliver a range of market leading propositions that have contributed to PMS’ continued success.”

PMS was merged with Sesame in October last year after Old Mutual bought PMS’ owner, Bankhall.

Reynolds says he is leaving “to pursue a number of new challenges”. He says: “I am proud to have contributed to PMS’ success over the last few years but I feel that the time is now right for me to move on to new challenges.”

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  1. So what’s the new challenge then?

  2. I think his new challange is to get a job having been given his jotters (p45 for those non scottish people!)

  3. Seems like another axe wielding job by Sesame, I reckon if we watch this space there will be more.

  4. Never Too Old To Rock 22nd March 2010 at 5:06 pm

    ‘Say Goodbye To It All’——Chris de Burgh

  5. Reynolds is one of the most capabale operators in the industry and has worked both sides of the divide. Cynics wont have to wait long before they see that he knows his true value.

  6. Got it in one anon@4.53. the new sesame group is incredibly top heavy and its too surprise to see the senior pms figures being shunted out now that the dust is settling after their takeover of bankhall

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