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PolicyPlus International appoints investment manager

PolicyPlus International is appointing Tony Farrell as investment sales manager to promote its Endowment Growth Fund to intermediaries.

The fund invests in traded endowment policies and is quoted on the Dublin stock exchange.

Farrell worked for 17 years for Norwich Union, the last five spent as a branch manager.

Farrell says: “I am looking forward to working for one of the most successful innovators and market makers in the Tep industry. There is a great deal of potential for the further development of opportunities in this investment sector.”

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