UK - Hargreaves Lansdown has appointed Phil Barton to the new role of head of the company's corporate pensions operations.
Barton joins from Axa where he was director of IFA sales.
Hargreaves Lansdown managing director of Pensions Direct, Adam Norris, said: “The corporate pensions market is going through a period of unprecedented changes and this has created the opportunities for Hargreaves Lansdown to establish itself as a major player in the group pensions advisory arena.”
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