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Tenet appoints Keith Richards' replacement

by Jun Merrett on Feb 22, 2013 at 12:23

Tenet appoints Keith Richards' replacement

Network Tenet has appointed Helen Turner as its new distribution and development director to replace Keith Richards, who will leave to head up the Personal Finance Society (PFS).

Turner, who is currently sales and marketing director for Tenet's fund range Sinfonia, will start the role after Richards leaves at the end of March to succeed Fay Goddard as the chief executive of the PFS.

Richards (pictured) announced his resignation from Tenet last week after being with the network since 2004. He became distribution and development director in 2009.

Turner was at Sinfonia for two years and her current role will be passed to Steve Jones, Tenet's head of relationship management.

Tenet has also announced the appointment of Phillip Hilling and Gill Davidson to its board.

Hilling has joined as a senior independent director and was formerly managing partner of the Yorkshire division of Ernst & Young. Davidson is Tenet's group regulatory director and company secretary and moves from being secretary and general counsel at Coventry Building Society.

2 comments so far. Why not have your say?

Julian Stevens

Feb 22, 2013 at 16:59

So who'll be Tenet's new head of relationship management?

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Jenny N via mobile

Feb 24, 2013 at 18:29

Well done to Keith. A jolly good chap who knows what he is talking about and understands us IFA'd and our industry extremely well.

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