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Origen finance director Jim McGuinness steps down

Origen finance director Jim McGuinness has stepped down from his role at the Aegon-owned advisory firm.

McGuinness will be departing the company with immediate effect.

Origen managing director Stephen Greenstreet says: “Jim McGuinness was the interim finance director and it was announced at the Origen sales conference in October that we were starting to find a suitable replacement.

“We are well along the road to finding that replacement and it has been agreed with Jim that he will step down with immediate effect to pursue other interests.”

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