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Partner quits leading IFA firm

London based IFA Holden Meehan has announced the retirement of its founding partner Peter Holden.


Holden is leaving the firm to pursue other interests.


He founded the firm which specialises in green and ethical issues 14 years ago with Pat Meehan. The firm now has 40 staff 20 of which are registered individuals working out of its London and Bristol offices.


Holden Meehan partner Pat Meehan says: &#34We are sad to see Peter leave and wish him every success in the future. His unique combination of entrepreneurial flair and leadership has been invaluable in growing the business to its current stage.


The groundwork over the last few years means that I can now take responsibility for both offices backed up by really able people in London and Bristol. This move creates real opportunities for our key staff, and we are all very excited by our future plans.&#34

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