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Broadstone sales director Martyn Laverick exits

Broadstone Pensions and Investments sales and marketing director Martyn Laverick has left the firm.

A Broadstone spokesman says Laverick, who joined the pensions and investments advice firm in October 2012, left the business in August.

He would not confirm whether Laverick plans to take on another role in the financial services industry or if he will be replaced.

The spokesman says: “I can confirm that Martyn left Broadstone in August this year by mutual consent.”

Syndaxi Chartered Financial Planners managing director Robert Reid says: “Martyn is an experienced and effective sales and marketing director and his departure will be a huge loss to Broadstone.”

Laverick was previously managing director at Jelf Financial Planning from November 2010 to August 2012. 

Prior to this, he was UK board director at AWD Chase de Vere from October 2005 to October 2010.



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