UK - Invesco has appointed former Tillinghast-Towers Perrin senior manager Vaughan Jenkins as its first head of workplace marketing for the UK and Ireland.
Jenkins, who used to focus on distribution and marketing issues at Tillinghast-Towers Perrin, has been appointed as part of Invesco’s push to deliver its products and financial education to investors in the workplace.
Jenkins will be responsible for leading initiatives in relation to workplace marketing and working with intermediaries focused on the corporate sector. He will report to Invesco head of corporate affairs David Butcher.
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