, Newburyport, MA


July 5, 2011

Business briefs


Macintosh joins Bob Brandt & Associates

Deborah Macintosh has joined the financial services team of Bob Brandt & Associates, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. located in Newburyport.

As an associate financial advisor with the team, Macintosh works directly with clients to implement their financial plans, service their accounts, and make adjustments as their goals and needs change over time.

Macintosh brings over 10 years of financial services experience to her new position. Previously, she worked for Infinex Investments, at the Institution for Savings, as a financial advisor and director of investment operations. There, Macintosh developed and oversaw individual investment plans for 250 clients and developed policies to ensure the bank was compliant with investment regulations. She also worked as a financial advisor with Smith Barney/Citigroup (now Morgan Stanley Smith Barney) in Danvers, where she built a strong client base and worked directly with clients to provide personal service and investment programs to meet individual client goals.

Macintosh is a member of the board of the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society. She and her husband, Alan, live in Newburyport.

To learn more about Bob Brandt & Associates, visit their website at

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