Kames' Kenny exits amid pre-Brexit sales team restructure

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Tom Eckett
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Kames Capital has restructured its sales team ahead of the UK's departure from the EU next year with Steve Kenny, head of wholesale for Aegon Asset Management Europe leaving the business after 16 years.

The move will see Kames' sales team split in two with one covering the UK and the other global financial institutions and international sales. The firm's European sales will be handled by Aegon AM Europe and will be responsible for sales in the remaining 27 European Union countries post-Brexit. The UK sales arm will be headed up by Mark Savage, in the newly created role of head of UK distribution. He joined the firm in 2003 as head of UK regional sales. Meet the Adviser Champions: Kames Capital's Steve Kenny Savage will be responsible for developing the firm's sales strategy acr...

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