Former Towry head of private client Philip Howe has left the firm to set up his own discretionary investment manager (DIM), saying he felt he "could no longer offer the service clients wanted" where he was.
Howe left Towry in June to open a branch under the Raymond James brand in Ashton-under-Lyne in August. The business offers bespoke private client solutions and agency-based model portfolios. Howe was...
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