David Ingram, partner at support services firm Aim Two Three, has been appointed president of the Personal Finance Society (PFS).
Ingram (pictured) succeeds Garry Hale, managing director of HK Wealth Managers.
He is joined by new vice president Brendan O'Ciobhain, managing director of Phoenix Temple Wealth Management, and David Thomas, joint managing partner at Chadney Bulgin, who retains his vice presidency.
Ingram said: "Garry Hale has been a great ambassador for the Personal Finance Society within the advisory sector and beyond over the past historic year and I look forward to building on his good work.
"To be elected as president of the Personal Finance Society is a great privilege and I am excited about what the coming year will bring. Guiding the financial planning community towards higher levels of professionalism is a cause I am proud to lead."
Keith Richards, chief executive of the PFS said: "I would like to thank Garry on behalf of the Personal Finance Society and its members for the total commitment and endless enthusiasm he has shown throughout his presidency.
"I would also like to congratulate David on his appointment and look forward to working together to promote higher standards of professionalism, delivering against our member support and consumer objectives over the coming year."
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