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Reardon moves to Zifa

Pensions guru Tony Reardon is transferring from Allied Dunbar to Zurich IFA, the IFA marketing arm of Zurich Financial Services.


Reardon says: &#34My new role involves marketing to a wide range of IFAs, from small one-man bands to large employee-benefits consultants, both in the UK and overseas.


&#34The IFA market is a change of focus. I&#39ve been impressed by the Zifa multi-brand proposition and its ambition to become the IFA&#39s champion.&#34

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