InCapital's Taylor set to leave after Dickson exit


InCapital managing director Mark Dickson has left the structured product provider ahead of his colleague Chris Taylor who is expected to exit the firm imminently.

The duo founded Blue Sky Asset Management in 2006, before the firm was taken over by InCapital in 2010. The duo are well known among advisers, having run training sessions for IFAs throughout the UK. Ian Lowes of said: "Both Chris and Mark have held high profile senior roles in the UK structured product market over the past decade or so. Blue Sky showed just how innovative and entrepreneurial they can be and led the way in terms of research made available to IFAs. "Chris is particularly well known in the IFA community following the exceptional country...

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