Leading financial journalist named as new editor of Professional Adviser

Joining in September

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Professional Adviser has appointed Hope William-Smith as its new editor, in succession to Tom Ellis.

William-Smith will join PA in September from her role as deputy editor of Professional Pensions, another market-leading title published by Incisive Media. Ellis steps down next month to take a role at financial services consultancy the lang cat. In a seven-year journalistic career, William-Smith has gained broad experience across the financial sector in both the UK and Australia, where she was born and grew up. She worked as a reporter on Money Management in Australia and Money Marketing in the UK before joining Professional Pensions in 2019 as news editor. She was promoted to deputy ...

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