TISA chief executive David Dalton-Brown to step down

After 13 years with the body

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TISA chief executive David Dalton-Brown to step down

Chief executive of The Investing and Saving Alliance (TISA), David Dalton-Brown, will step down from his role at the end of this month, the financial services membership body has revealed.

Dalton-Brown leaves for family reasons after five years at the helm of the organisation and 13 years at the financial wellbeing alliance in total. TISA's operations will now be restructured and focused into two streams, it said. One for the traditional membership business unit, which includes TISA's strategic, policy and events work, and one for the digital business unit, which includes TISA's digital initiatives and TISA delivery entities (TDEs). Both will be overseen by the TISA Group board....

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