Peter Coleman is to step down as chief executive of Positive Solutions at the end of February, six months since the national IFA's acquisition by Intrinsic.
Coleman (pictured) has headed up the business since early 2012, returning the company to profitability and overseeing the integration of the business with Intrinsic since the deal completed in August 2013.
Former Burns Anderson director Coleman said: "It has been a real privilege to lead Positive Solutions for the last two years and oversee a successful period in the company's history.
"The acquisition by Intrinsic in 2013 delivers the stability, proposition and support that Positive Solutions clients and advisers required.
"Now that the integration of the two businesses is largely complete, the time is right for me to seek new challenges, but I leave knowing that Positive Solutions is in an extremely strong position."
Instrinsic chief exectuive Richard Freeman said: "On behalf of the board and everyone in the Intrinsic Group, I would like to thank Peter for his leadership and commitment to bringing the two businesses together for the benefit of clients and advisers. We wish him every success in the future."
Positive Solutions reported profits before tax of £2.3m in 2012, the latest figures available, wiping out a £0.4m loss in 2011.
Gross margins at the business rose to 21.5%, up from 19% in 2011. Adviser productivity also rose, up 6%.
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