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|... years, and prior to that was a financial planner at Melbourne-based Stephens and Plattfuss & Co. NEOS head of sales Charl du Plooy said: "We have assembled a team of industry experts who we can confidently say are the best at what they do in Australia." ...|
|... completed several hires to build its distribution and underwriting teams across the country. This includes appointing Charl du Plooy as the head of sales, and state managers Nathan Leonard (NSW/ACT), Don Glendinning (VIC/TAS/SA) and Brett Leonard (QLD/NT). ...|
|... said. NEOS recently unveiled the members of its underwriting and sales team. Former TAL NSW state sales manager Charl du Plooy is now the head of sales. Gemma Wheeler leads the underwriting and operations team, while Cara Glanville and Maria Monaghan ...|
|... will work closely with Wheeler as senior underwriters. Both previously worked as senior underwriters at BT Life. Charl du Plooy is now the head of sales at NEOS. He is formerly TAL's NSW state sales manager and was head of adviser growth and business ...|
|... comprises chief digital and implementation officer Allen Iu, formerly TAL's digital general manager; head of sales Charl Du Plooy, formerly TAL's New South Wales sales manager; head of people, partnerships and strategy Martin Kelly, who recently ...|
|Tower Australia has recruited a former AMP Financial Planning manager as state sales manager. Tower has named Charl du Plooy as its NSW/ACT State Sales Manager, Retail Life. Formerly with AMP Financial Planning, du Plooy has managed distribution teams ...|
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