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Mint Boosts Investment Marketing Team

31 January 2014

Mint Boosts Investment Marketing Team

Mint Asset Management is pleased to advise that a new business development executive is joining the team to support its growth in the independent financial adviser, institutional and high net worth markets in New Zealand.

Thom Bentley, Managing Director of Remarkable Capital, is an experienced investment sales, marketing and client service executive with over 26 years’ experience in the investment industry.

Bentley has held senior institutional marketing positions with several global asset management firms and, after a successful career in investment markets in the UK, also has a proven track record marketing in New Zealand’s retail and institutional markets.

Rebecca Thomas of Mint Asset Management says, "Mint is very pleased to welcome Thom to the team. We look forward to him providing additional expertise to Mint’s offering and giving ongoing support to our new and existing clients." 

Bentley says, "Mint has an enviable track record and a strong process in Australasian Equities and Real Estate, and I am looking forward to working with the team to help build the business into one of the premier fund management firms in New Zealand".

Bentleys contract with Mint is effective immediately.


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