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Hooper quits Charcol

Charcol Holden Meehan business development director Graham Hooper has left the group.

Hooper was instrumental in initiating Charcol&#39s acquisition of investment IFA Holden Meehan last June, where he had been marketing director for two years after moving from Chase de Vere. He has spent the past six months helping to integrate the businesses and is leaving to seek other avenues of employment.

He is thought to be keen to spend more time with his family after months of commuting between London and his West Country home.

Charcol, which is branching out from its traditional mortgage roots, says Hooper “more than delivered” on the objectives to which he had committed himself at the time of the acquisition.

Press officer Laura Brain says: “Graham was a crucial figure in initiating the acquisition and has been pivotal in steering the business through the integration stages.”

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