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Jon King appointed manager of Hinton & Wild

Jon King has been appointed manager of Hinton & Wild, the Surrey-based IFA.


The firm, which is based in Tolworth near Surbiton, is part of the Gloucester-based equity release specialist Ecclesiastical Insurance Group.


King joined EIG in 1994 as National Broker Consultant for the financial services division.

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