True Potential chair and founder David Harrison steps down

He remains involved in the business as a strategic adviser to the board

Isabel Baxter
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True Potential founder David Harrison is to step down from his role as chair.

Harrison founded the company in 2007 having previously founded and sold financial advice firm Positive Solutions. He became chief executive in 2018. True Potential confirmed that Harrison will remain involved with the business as strategic adviser to the board and as a major shareholder. The move has been more than two years in the making and True Potential said it is part of its "next evolution". In an email sent to True Potential employees and advisers, Harrison said: "I have been in financial services for over forty years now, it has been my life. The people I have met and worke...

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