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Intrinsic deputy chairman Kevin Ronaldson quits

Intrinsic deputy chairman and group marketing director Kevin Ronaldson is leaving the business.

Ronaldson was one of six founders of Intrinsic and will leave at the end of April after Intrinsic’s national members meeting.

Intrinsic says it has no plans to replace Ronaldson.

Intrinsic chief executive Richard Freeman says: “I would like to thank Kevin for his energy and commitment over the past six years. We wish him every success in the future.”

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