Wealth adviser Towry has promoted its four existing regional wealth advice managers to national roles.
This structural change is designed to establish a new system with reports based on national leadership, responsibility and accountability in a bid to reflect the company's increased client focus.
Jon Bowes will be made head of client advice, with responsibility for ensuring an excellent advice service for all clients.
Neil Homer will be head of client delivery, with responsibility for ensuring the retention and satisfaction of existing clients.
Elsewhere, Andy Springall will be head of client development, with responsibility for the consistent delivery of the company proposition to all clients.
Finally, Rob Chandler will be made head of client acquisition, with responsibility for the organic growth of new clients.
Head of wealth advice at Towry, Andy Cowan, said: "This transition reflects Towry's commitment to place our clients at the heart of everything we do."
Each of the four appointments sits within the wealth advice group, and will be accountable for the national success of their respective responsibilities. There are no changes to management structures in other business areas.
All four will continue to operate from their current bases: Jon Bowes from the London office; Neil Homer and Andy Springall from Birmingham and Rob Chandler from Exeter.
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