PM Capital expands distribution team

Equities and fixed interest manager PM Capital is welcoming a new sales director to its distribution team.

Joining PM Capital is Rebecca Morgan. She will be based in Melbourne and be responsible for sales in Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia across PM Capital's suite of funds.

Morgan brings more than 10 years' experience in client relationship management, retail and institutional sales.

She was previously regional distribution manager for Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania at Pengana Capital, following roles at BT Financial Group, Perennial Investment Partners and IOOF Investment Management.

PM Capital chief executive Ben Skilbeck said: "We see excellent opportunities in the Victorian, Tasmanian and Western Australian markets to better inform investors of our long term outperformance."

"Rebecca's appointment shows PM Capital's commitment to further improve our service to clients and reflects confidence in our patient and insightful investment approach," he added.

Today's announcement follows the launch of the company's refreshed brand, with a new visual identity and invigorated website.

Read more: PM CapitalTasmaniaVictoriaWestern AustraliaBen SkilbeckBT Financial GroupIOOF Investment ManagementMelbournePengana CapitalPerennial Investment PartnersRebecca MorganSouth Australia
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