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Ingram leaves threesixty

Threesixty technical director and co-founder David Ingram is leaving the support services firm.

Ingram founded threesixty with David Brattesani and Ross McArthur in 2003 after breaking away from Bankhall. Threesixty was bought by Standard Life in March 2010.

John Cromey has been appointed threesixty head of technical.

Ingram will take up a consultative role in the industry. Brattesani quit the firm in May.

Ingram says: “This change allows me to become involved in wider issues in the industry, especially working with providers to ensure they are able to support all models of financial advisory businesses into the RDR and beyond.”

Threesixty commercial director Phil Young says: “David was pivotal in the successful launch and development of threesixty. His knowledge of financial services is immense and in taking a wider leadership role he will continue to be a positive influence in our industry.”

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