Foster Denovo buys specialist charity business in growth push

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Nation advice firm Foster Denovo has bought a specialist charity advice operation as part of its 2015 expansion plans.

The outfit bought the practice from its founding partner Ian Bird, who will now run Foster Denovo’s employee benefits as well as oversee its newly acquired charity arm. The national advice firm said Bird will run employee benefits division Secondsight, and its Charity Solutions business working closely with sales and marketing director Darren Laverty and operations director Helen Lovett. The charity arm represents about 160 charities, representing more than 20,000 employees. Chief executive Roger Brosch said: "This is an exciting development for Foster Denovo, creating additional p...

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