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Ingledew leaves BBB

Berkeley Berry Birch has announced that group chief executive Stephen Ingledew is to leave with immediate effect.

Executive chairman Clifford Lockyer is to add the chief executive&#39s job to his responsibilities, with finance director Craig Butcher continuing as finance director.

The announcement comes less than a week after it emerged BBB is winding up the shell of its national IFA Berry Birch & Noble Financial Services, dumping any potential liabilities on the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

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