Jupiter announces the appointment of phil wagstaff as global head of distribution and jupiter executive committee member

Jupiter is delighted to announce the appointment of Phil Wagstaff as Global Head of Distribution and member of the Executive Committee.

Phil has nearly 30 years’ experience in the fund management industry, predominantly in global roles covering all aspects of distribution, including sales, product and marketing. Most recently he was Global Head of Distribution at Janus Henderson and prior to this he held senior distribution roles at Gartmore, New Star and M&G. Phil will join Jupiter on 5 June 2019.

Nick Ring the current Global Head of Distribution will be leaving the business after four years in the role to pursue other executive opportunities. During his time at Jupiter Nick has made a significant contribution to the firm overseeing our sales, marketing, client services, and product areas.

Andrew Formica, CEO at Jupiter said: “We are delighted to have attracted someone of Phil’s pedigree and experience to this important role at Jupiter. Key to Jupiter’s success will be further building on the diversification of our distribution footprint as well as capitalising on our strong brand. I know that Phil will partner with Stephen Pearson and our investment management team to deliver outstanding client outcomes and I look forward to working with him again.”

Phil Wagstaff said: “I am very excited to be taking on this new challenge at Jupiter and working with Andrew and the Executive team to deliver on all of Jupiter’s undoubted potential. I have admired Jupiter as a competitor for many years and look forward to leading the global distribution function as Jupiter embarks on its next stage of growth.”

Next Finance , May 16

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