Ken Davy returns as Fintel chairman after Gary Hughes exit

Chairman for six months

Jenna Brown
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Ken Davy: "Gary has made a significant contribution to the development of Fintel in his relatively short time with the company, and as chairman for the past six months has helped to put us in a strong position for our future growth."
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Ken Davy: "Gary has made a significant contribution to the development of Fintel in his relatively short time with the company, and as chairman for the past six months has helped to put us in a strong position for our future growth."

Ken Davy is to return as chairman of the Fintel group on an interim basis after the resignation of Gary Hughes for personal reasons.

Hughes' resignation, announced in a note to the stock exchange this morning (29 September), comes after six months as chairman. A position he took up after the firm's rebrand from The SimplyBiz Group....

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