Scottish Equitable Asset Management (SEAM) is looking to increase the size of its IFA sales team wit...
Scottish Equitable Asset Management (SEAM) is looking to increase the size of its IFA sales team with the recruitment of a salesman to cover the South of England.
The group is looking for an intermediary salesman to cover the South-west and South-east and the move would take the size of its intermediary sales team to five from four.
The move is part of SEAM's efforts to meet its target of £150m in retail fund sales next year. The group, which is to be re-branded Aegon in the New Year, had a target of retail fund sales of £100m for 2000 and it has already achieved sales of £120m this year.
SEAM is focusing on selling to the top 2,000 investment IFAs with its best selling funds.
Scottish Equitable American is ranked eight out of 81 funds in the North America sector over three years to 11 October on bid to offer growth of 93.3%.
The fund is 19 out of 89 over one year on growth of 31.4% and is 20 out of 89 over three months on growth of 1%.
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