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AWD appoints private client advice manager

AWD Chase de Vere has appointed Paul Fox as private client advice manager for the north.

Fox will be accountable for the delivery of AWD advice in its Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Preston offices.

He will also take responsibility for business quality standards, adviser relationships and recruitment. Fox was most recently LEBC director of business relations.

AWD Chase de Vere chief executive Stephen Kavanagh says: “The appointment of Paul Fox, an experienced and proven manager, is a huge step forward our expansion plans and to help us achieve our goal of becoming the leading firm of IFAs in the UK.”

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