Franklin Templeton names Lee Hollingworth UK retirement head

'Core growth area'

Jenna Brown
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Lee Hollingworth: "Asset managers have a key role to play during the next phase of the evolution of retirement saving in the UK."
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Lee Hollingworth: "Asset managers have a key role to play during the next phase of the evolution of retirement saving in the UK."

Franklin Templeton has appointed Lee Hollingworth as its first head of UK retirement to spearhead the asset manager's growth plans in the sector.

Hollingworth, who takes up his newly created role today (1 December), will report to Martyn Gilbey, UK country head. The US-headquartered investment manager said Hollingworth would be responsible for developing...

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