appointed Operations Director of Intrinsic
14 May 2018
Jenny Granner has been appointed Operations Director of Intrinsic, reporting to Andy Thompson, Chief Executive Officer. She is responsible for operations delivery, compliance systems and adviser oversight.
Jenny is a founding member of Intrinsic, having joined the business in 2005. During her time with the company she has held number of senior positions, giving her an invaluable understanding and extensive knowledge of the business. Before joining Intrinsic, Jenny worked at Allied Dunbar and Zurich Financial Services.
She replaces Steve Burke who has worked at Intrinsic since 2015. At the end of July Steve will become Special Adviser reporting to Andy Thompson, focusing on adviser technology.
Andy Thompson says:
“Jenny has been with the business since the beginning making her particularly attuned to what our advisers and their clients need. Her knowledge and experience will give her a fast start as our new Operations Director.
“I am grateful for Steve’s contribution to Intrinsic. His insight, experience and drive have been fundamental to ensure that we are ready for the next stage in our journey and we’re thrilled he will be part of it.”
Jenny Granner says:
“I’m really excited to be taking on this new role. Operations play a crucial role in everything we do at Intrinsic. With demands for advice surging, advisers need our support to give swift and accurate advice to their customers.
“We are in a constantly changing regulatory environment and advisers rely on us to cut through the noise and keep our systems and processes up to date so they can continue to do what they do best, give high quality face-to-face advice that leads to good customer outcomes.”
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Notes to editors:
Intrinsic is part of Quilter plc. Quilter is a leading wealth management business in the UK and internationally, helping to create prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow.
On a ‘go forward basis’, Quilter oversees £ 111.6 billion in customer investments (as at 31 March 2018).
It has an adviser and customer offering spanning: financial advice; investment platforms; multi-asset and single strategy investment solutions; and discretionary fund management.
The business is comprised of two segments: Wealth Platforms and Advice and Wealth Management.
Wealth Platforms includes the Old Mutual Wealth UK Platform; Old Mutual International, including AAM Advisory in Singapore; and the Old Mutual Wealth Heritage life assurance business.
Advice and Wealth Management encompasses the financial planning network, Intrinsic; Old Mutual Wealth Private Client Advisers; discretionary fund management business, Quilter Cheviot; and Old Mutual Wealth’s multi-asset investment solutions business.
The Quilter businesses will be re-branded to Quilter over a period of approximately two years following separation from Old Mutual:
- Intrinsic to Quilter Financial Planning
- Private Client Advisers to Quilter Private Client Advisers
- The Multi-Asset business to Quilter Investors
- The UK Platform to Quilter Wealth Solutions
- The International business to become Quilter International
- The Heritage life assurance business to Quilter Life Assurance
- Quilter Cheviot will retain its name.
On 19 December 2017, Old Mutual Wealth announced that it has agreed to sell its Single Strategy asset management business to the Single Strategy Management team and funds managed by TA Associates. The proposed transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals.
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