True Potential chairman David Harrison receives knighthood

Has supported communities and businesses for more than 40 years

Chairman and co-founder of True Potential, David Harrison, has been awarded a knighthood, the firm has revealed.

Sir David was honoured for his services to business, education, and social mobility. The honour was made as part of the Antiguan and Barbuda Independence celebrations on 1 November. True Potential said he had spent more than four decades building successful businesses and supporting communities. Led by Sir David since 2007, the North East-based financial services and technology firm has more than 400 employees to date and works with a fifth of UK financial advisers. It sold a majority stake to private equity house Cinven in February. Sir David has set up four Harrison Centres for S...

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