AFA appoints general partnerships manager
The Association of Financial Advisers has announced the appointment of a general manager of partnerships to further the industry’s engagement with key stakeholders.
In announcing Robert Coulter’s appointment to the post, AFA chief executive Philip Kewin said he comes with extensive experience in financial services where, more recently, he was head of corporate development at IPAC Securities and prior to that, head of employer superannuation sales at OnePath (formerly ING).
"Rob will be responsible for driving the AFA Partnerships strategy in order to develop strategic relationships that add value to member engagement and maximise the resources and expertise of our partner relationships," Mr Kewin said.
"Rob will be a tremendous addition to the team, bringing with him a wealth of experience and expertise that will ensure we continue to build our member proposition whilst enhancing our relationship and engagement with key stakeholders."
Mr Coulter will start with the AFA on 15 July 2019.
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