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Emma Hollingworth and Andy Walton join Intrinsic

Intrinsic Financial Services has appointed Emma Hollingworth and Andy Walton to its senior management team.

Hollingworth joins the firm as the new mortgage sales director while Walton joins as protection sales director.

Hollingworth joins from Countrywide where she was the account director within its Corporate Business Division. Prior to this, she was with Simply Biz where she was the head of mortgages. Walton most recently worked for Personal Touch Financial Services, before leaving last month, where he was the head of sales development.

Intrinsic distribution director Andy Thompson says: “Intrinsic is committed to supporting our 1900 advisers whatever market they operate in. Both Emma and Andy bring real experience and expertise in their respective areas, and I look forward to working with them to really drive our mortgage and protection business forward over the coming months.”


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  1. Another ex-Honister manager at Positive Solutions – this will surely help revive the failing business…

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