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David Gordon takes on advisory management role

David Gordon has left the Public Trust for a new role managing a team of financial advisers.

Thursday, August 2nd 2012, 6:00AM

After 14 years in various roles at Public Trust, most recently as Head of Financial Products, Gordon has moved to Medical Assurance Society (MAS) as Regional Manager, Central. 

Gordon is responsible for managing two professional advisory teams (Wellington, Palmerston North) covering the central and lower North Island, providing MAS members with personal and business insurances, loans, savings and investments, and business advisory services. MAS is a Qualifying Financial Entity (QFE).

Gordon is a CFP and AFA, and has previously served on the Council and Board of IFA.

 

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