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Phoenix appoints managing director of fund services

Phoenix Fund Services has appointed Tony Reed as managing director.

Reed will be responsible for managing the relationships with clients of Phoenix’s UK funds business as well as for Phoenix’s compliance and risk management.

Reed will report to chief executive officer John Rice and join the Phoenix Fund Services’ executive management team.

Rice says: “Tony brings a wealth of experience to Phoenix having worked in a range of roles managing client relationships, running collective investment scheme operations and regulatory risk management at Insight Investment, JP Morgan, Halifax Bank of Scotland and the Pearl Group.”

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