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Tenet appoints McDonald as recruitment boss

  • 06/07/2018
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Tenet appoints McDonald as recruitment boss
Iain McDonald has been appointed to the role of head of recruitment for Tenet’s investment network, TenetConnect.


McDonald was previously with Intrinsic for three years as relationship manager, following 10 years at Sesame as regional development director.

In his new role, McDonald will lead recruitment activities for TenetConnect as well as responsibility for the smooth transition of new members during the onboarding process.

Tenet’s adviser propositions director, Simon Broadley, (pictured) said: “I’m delighted to welcome Iain as part of my leadership team. He has a great understanding of what advisers need and want from a network, which will support us in our ambition to grow by offering the most attractive proposition available to advisers.”

McDonald said: “I was impressed with Tenet’s objective to be the best in the market, without compromising the principles and core values which have served it so well over the years. I’m looking forward to being part of its ongoing growth and ensuring that advisers are part of a smooth, joined up process from the moment they join TenetConnect.”

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