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Money Managers Ltd appoints National Sales Manager

Money Managers Ltd appoints National Sales Manager

Money Managers has appointed Brian Goldsbury to the new role of National Sales Manager.

He will be responsible for the ongoing professional development of the franchised network as well as implementing the company’s Business Coaching Programmes. Mr. Goldsbury’s previous experience in the financial services sector will be extremely valuable. He has held senior sales development positions with Allfinanz (The Colonial Adviser Franchise), Cigna and National Mutual. In his most recent position as National Sales Manager with Aon Consulting, Brian was responsible for providing leadership, guidance and coaching to the company’s sales force.

Money Managers’ Chief Executive, Alasdair Scott said the appointment of a National Sales Manager is a key decision for the organisation.

“Brian will be working with our franchised business owners to help them build more complete relationships with their clients. Part of his job will be to identify training needs within Money Managers. From here he will be able to implement development programmes to lift the performance of our company and our people”, says Mr. Scott.

Mr. Goldsbury will be based at the Money Managers Ltd National Service Office in Albany. The Money Managers network spans New Zealand with 47 offices


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