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Ingledew made deputy CE at Berkeley Berry Birch

Berkeley Berry Birch Group has promoted Stephen Ingledew to the newly created role of deputy chief executive.

The promotion reflects Ingledew&#39s broader role across the group following the Berkeley Independent network&#39s £48m reversal into Berry Birch & Noble in December.

Ingledew will be responsible for operational supervision of the group&#39s IFA firms, including network Berkeley Independent Associates, Berry Birch & Noble Financial Services and the fee-based adviser BBN Advisers.

Chief executive Cliff Lockyer will now take responsibility for strategic issues for the group as a whole, including expanding and raising funds for the business.

Ingledew, aged 39, has previously worked for AMP/NPI, Schroders and Frizzell. At Frizzell, he was marketing director and played a major role in growing the company into one of the UK&#39s biggest IFAs.

Ingledew says: “I am delighted with my new role. It reflects the growth of the group and the expansion plans we have at Berkeley Berry Birch. There is a lot going on in the group and I sit as chairman for the main operations, releasing Cliff to focus on bigger strategic issues.”

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