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Surrenda-link Traded endowment policy (TEP) company Surrenda-link has appointed Keith Hughes as in...

Surrenda-link

Traded endowment policy (TEP) company Surrenda-link has appointed Keith Hughes as investment sales manager and Gareth Groome to its board of directors.

Hughes will be responsible for Surrenda-link Investment Fund and will act as the contact within Surrenda-link for TEP-related investments. He has over 25 years’ experience in the industry including roles at Prudential, Scottish Amicable, Nelson Money Managers, WD Rensburg Stockbrokers and Plan Invest Group.

Groome was group financial controller at Surrenda-link with an overall responsibility for IT, finance, marketing and administration functions. He joined in 1997 as group accountant.

Ernie Hayes, senior manager, investment funds at Surrenda-link, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome Keith to the team. Having worked in the investment industry for many years and liaising with advisers and investors, Keith’s wealth of experience will prove invaluable in his new role at Surrenda-link.’


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