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David Ingram quits threesixty

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Threesixty technical director and co-founder David Ingram is leaving the support services firm.

Ingram founded threesixty alongside David Brattesani and Ross McArthur in 2003 after breaking away from Bankhall.

Threesixty was acquired by Standard Life in March 2010.

John Cromey has been appointed theesixty head of technical. Ingram has left the firm to take up a consultative role in the industry.

Ingram says: “This change allows me to become involved in wider issues around the industry, especially working with providers to ensure they are able to support all models of financial advisory businesses into RDR and beyond.”

Threesixty commercial director Phil Young says: “David was pivotal in the successful launch and development of threesixty. His knowledge of financial services is immense and in taking a wider leadership role he will continue to be a positive influence in our industry.”

Young added the firm is investing in more staff to expand teams throughout the threesixty business.

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  1. Keith Robertson 29th July 2011 at 5:21 pm

    It is sad to see another key person leaving the industry. David has been a clear voice in favour of independence and the highest levels of technical competence for many years. Who, from the intermediary sector, are the people that are going to replace these guys?

  2. I can’t beleive that David as a decdicated man will be leaving the industry

  3. Makes the reputed £40 million SL paid for 360 look like a poor investment. Why would you pay that much cash for a company that WAS the senior partners, two of whom have now left?

  4. I wish David well in his new venture. We were with threesixty for a number of years and appreciated greatly their expertise and friendship, particularly the relationships we built up with other threesixty members. We left a few years ago to join Paradigm Partners as we felt they were more in line with the direction we were taking as a company, particularly in respect of our use of wraps, and we have not been disapointed. However, my one regret was losing touch with David. If you are ever in Cranleigh, David there is a pint with your name on it.

  5. All at Private Wealth Management wish David every success in his new role and it’s been great working with both Bankhall & Threesixty?

  6. David was one of the very first people I encountered when I embarked on a financial services caereer in the mid 1980’s, he was a technical bod in Sun Life Unit Services and someone I warmed to immediately.

    I am delighted that he has reached a position in his life, where he can make this decision for himself and his family. And though not withdrawing from the industry completely, he can take some time for himself.

    He has a wicked and dry sense of humour, and the constitution of someone who has spent too many years propping up the bar at industry events, so it’s time he took some ‘me time’.

    Don’t rush back too quickly David – enjoy the summer.

  7. Phil Billingham 30th July 2011 at 8:08 am

    A slight diconnect between headline and content here I think.

    Whilst this is certainly a change in role, it’s rather too soon to say David is leaving the industry.

    Apart from a consulting role with threesixty, as the report says, he also remains a Director of the PFS. So he will remain pretty busy, I suspect!

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