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Tisa appoints non-executive director

The Tax Incentivised Savings Association has appointed Tony Solway as a non-executive board director.

Solway has almost 30 years experience in the financial services sector. Most recently he was responsible for the co-ordination of BNP Paribas’ UK wealth management businesses and was a member of both the UK executive committee and holding company board.

He also served as group administration director at Henderson Global Investors and held positions on various committees at the London Stock Exchange and the Institutional Fund Managers Association.

Tisa chairman John Brasington says: “Tony Solway has extensive financial services knowledge and in particular his wide ranging experience of the funds industry makes him an excellent addition to our board. His appointment is part of our commitment to enhance the skills and experience available to us to ensure we are best placed to meet the demands of the extended role of Tisa in the savings industry following our name change from Pima last year.”

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