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David Boyle moves on from Mint

In changes at Mint David Boyle has resigned and a new head of retail distribution has been added.

Monday, November 13th 2023, 12:01AM 5 Comments

Mint Asset Management has appointed a new head of retail distribution, following the resignation of marketing manager David Boyle.

Matthew Hanchet steps into the new role after spending five years at Generate KiwiSaver. At Generate he looked after clients and most recently held the position of business development manager.

"He has developed strong relationships with many advisers and brings key financial services experience, including being NZCFS Level 5 qualified, to his new role within the team," Mint says in a statement.

Boyle has stepped down, after more than five years with Mint Asset Management, to pursue his passion for KiwiSaver and helping Kiwis to improve their financial capability. He’s planning to enjoy some time out over the summer, before identifying opportunities in these important areas, along with growing his portfolio of board positions.

“David has been an integral part of the Mint team for a long time, helping us to grow our brand and funds under management. We’ll be really sad to see him go, but it will come as no surprise to most people that he wants to devote more time to helping New Zealanders with their everyday money matters, so they can improve their financial wellbeing,” Mint Asset Management chief executive Rebecca Thomas says.

Boyle will stay on until the end of the year to help with the transition.

His other responsibilities will be handed over to Kirsten Boldarin, Head of Distribution.

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Comments from our readers

On 13 November 2023 at 6:15 am Pragmatic said:
Boyle’s departure from embattled manager Mint is significant. I wish both entities best wishes for their futures…
On 13 November 2023 at 9:58 am Another AFA said:
@Pragmatic - I'm not sure why you have referred to Mint as 'Embattled"? I do think it is wise to respect other peoples businesses rather than using inflammatory language.
On 13 November 2023 at 1:58 pm wilf said:
@anotherAFA. Agree and the comment by @Pragmatic is made without justification. One hopes @Pragmatic is not a competitor of Mint of an adviser aligned to other providers. If so the comment could be seen as anti competitive.

The comment by @pragmatic hardly supports consumer confidence in the sector.
On 13 November 2023 at 1:59 pm John Milner said:
Say what you like about David, but he still has the best hair in the industry.
On 14 November 2023 at 10:14 am deeznuts said:
@pragmatic always has negative things to say about other fund managers - obviously biased

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