IPTF: Neil McCarthy joins executive committee

Adam Saville
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 Neil McCarthy, sales and marketing director of Direct Life and Pensions
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Neil McCarthy, sales and marketing director of Direct Life and Pensions

Appointed to help promote and improve income protection

Sales and marketing director of Direct Life and Pension Services, Neil McCarthy, has been appointed to help lead the Income Protection Task Force (IPTF). McCarthy will join Jo Miller (head of operations) and Richard Walsh (head of government and regulatory affairs) on the executive committee, three months after Roy McLoughlin and Kevin Carr took over as co-chairmen of the organisation. The IPTF, which exists to promote income protection as a product and increase awareness around financi...

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