Threesixty client services director David Brattesani is leaving the firm to pursue interests outside the financial services sector.
Brattesani was one of the company’s founding members in 2003.
The client services team will now report to threesixty commercial director Phil Young.
Young says: “Threesixty thanks David for his hard work and contribution to the company, particularly in its establishment and development in the early years.”
Brattesani says: “I have really enjoyed being part of a team creating a market-leading service proposition and it is great to see threesixty going from strength to strength.”
Brattesani was one of the seven threesixty partners who sold their combined 75 per cent stake in the business to Standard Life when the provider purchased the support service provider outright in March 2010.
Threesixty currently has 596 client firms and just over 5,750 advisers. Yellowtail Financial Planning managing director Dennis Hall says: “Threesixty has prepared for David’s departure so it will not suffer but it is sad to see such a straight-talking, professional as David leave the industry.”