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Sentinel Appoints New Finance Director

Sentinel Appoints New Finance Director

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Home equity release specialist Sentinel has appointed Brett Wilson as Finance Director.

Mr Wilson has spent the past 18 years as a finance manager working with Sovereign, or companies that became a part of Sovereign, with his last two years as General Manager Finance at ASB Bank.

His roles have typically included managing and reporting the financial affairs of those companies as well as managing MetLife’s investment portfolio, working on the float teams for Newmarket Property Trust, MetLife Care and Sovereign as well as the Sovereign/Colonial merger team.

A chartered accountant, Mr Wilson will play a key role in Sentinel’s growth, particularly on the international front.

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