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Mazars chief Paul Willans resigns

Mazars Financial Planning chief executive officer and chief investment officer Paul Willans has resigned to pursue “new opportunities”, which he indicates will be within the financial services sector.

Willans has been at Mazars for five and a half years.

He says: “After five and a half years as CEO/CIO of Mazars Financial Planning, I have decided that it is now time to take a break and to consider new challenges and opportunities.

“I have, therefore, resigned from Mazars and will formally leave the business on June 1.”
He adds: “The next few years will see financial planning truly emerge as a new profession, and I am looking forward to continuing to play an active part in this.  

“However, for the next few months, I am looking forward to the skiing season and cycling in Richmond Park.”


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