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Finance and risk director resigns from James Hay parent

IFG Group executive director of finance and risk Aidan Comberford has resigned.

Comberford joined the board of the James Hay parent company in June 2011 having previously been head of risk and internal audit.

In a statement to the stock exchange this morning, the firm says: The Board and IFG would like to express their thanks to Aidan for his contribution over his years of service to the group and wish him well for the future.”

IFG Group reported a 23 per cent fall in operating profit from £8m in 2011 to £6.2m in 2012.

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