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Former Tenet chair Kayes appointed Sandringham chairman

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National advice firm Sandringham Financial Planners has appointed former Tenet chair Barry Kayes as chairman.

Kayes is on the advisory board of SimplzBiz and is a member of the Chartered Insurance Institute’s faculty of life and pensions advisory board.

He was also on the Aifa executive council and a member of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries.

Kayes says: “Following the collapse of several historic networks, and in light of the demographic time bomb the industry is facing, I am thrilled to be appointed as chairman of Sandringham to help provide this much-needed guidance and support.”

Sandringham managing director Steve Braidford says: “Barry’s extensive experience in the profession, together with his enthusiasm for advisers to succeed simply cannot be understated.”

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