Nine months after Brett Williams left Cofunds, the platform has announced a new CEO...
Cofunds has appointed Openwork CEO Martin Davis as chief executive. Davis, who will join in the summer, is the long-term replacement for Brett Williams, who quit the platform in July last year with then-chairman Charlie Eppinger taking on the chief executive role on an interim basis.
Meanwhile, Kate Avery, currently non-executive chair of Openwork, has been named temporary executive chair to oversee the formal process for securing Davis's replacement.
Anne Gunther, the former Standard Life Bank chief executive, will take over as head of troubled building society Norwich & Peterbourgh (N&P).
Rowan Dartington has appointed Robert Newman as head of the advisory team in Bristol, Dan Williamson as head of discretionary and Ben Cooper as head of risk and compliance.
Skandia International, part of Old Mutual Wealth Management, has appointed Steven Levin as CEO. He will take over from Andre Oszmann, who has decided to leave the business.
Chris Bardin, former RSM Tenon north west regional director, has joined Preston-based IFA Taylor Patterson as operation management director. He is joined by fellow former RSM Tenon adviser, Jason Street, who will work as an IFA at Taylor Patterson.
Ashcourt Rowan, the wealth management firm of Syndicate Asset Management, has appointed Steve Daykin and Chris Johnson as regional directors for the northern and southern regions of the UK respectively.
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