Veracity Asset Transformation Service has appointed former LEBC director Nigel Stallworthy as managing director.
Stallworthy, one of the founding members of LEBC Group, stepped down as managing director in 2011.
Prior to LEBC, he spent over 17 years working in various roles for Hogg Robinson Financial Services.
He said: "Veracity is at an exciting stage of its development and I believe that the experience I have gained in many roles will prove valuable. I'm joining a strong team with a market-leading proposition and a very bright future."
Veracity chief executive John Baxter said: "The Veracity business has been reviewing its growth strategy in light of a number of exciting recent developments. This year we have taken on over a hundred new advisers and more than doubled the number of strategic relationships we have with platforms and fund management groups.
"We are delighted to be able to attract someone of Nigel's calibre and industry-standing who will help ensure that the business continues to live up to its own exceptional standards as it grows."
Veracity provides support to advisers on asset migration projects by dealing with the data collation, analysis and administration.
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