HSBC Asset Management is restructuring its intermediary sales channel following the departure of ...
HSBC Asset Management is restructuring its intermediary sales channel following the departure of Robin Minter-Kemp as head of the section.
Minter-Kemp, who is taking a six-month break from the company, intends to return to HSBC in a different job in the future. That role is as yet undefined, but it will not be directly linked to intermediary sales.
Richard Pursglove, who is responsible for the North and Midlands, and Farley Thomas, responsible for the South and continental Europe, both become sales directors.
Mark Dickson remains director of product development and Alison Savage has been promoted to director of marketing and business development.
A new department, responsible for all management information such as client and agent valuations and e-commerce development, is to be headed
by Margaret Madden.
Rob Fisher has been promoted to be head of IFA campaign marketing and HSBC is looking to recruit a head of IFA telephone services.
Chris Taylor and Adam Noon have been promoted to regional managers for the south-west and south-east respectively. Patrick Berton remains head of investment sales with personal responsibility for London and Channel Islands clients and new responsibilities in Europe.
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