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Another Towry man for Wentworth

IFA retirement specialist firm Wentworth Rose has appointed Malcolm Thomas as head of pensions, the second recruit from Towry Law in the last month. Thomas joined Hogg Robinson in 1994 and moved to Towry last year as sales manager leading its retirement advice teams. Towry is requiring board director Tudor Taylor to honour his contract until June next year when he will become Wentworth Rose managing director.

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