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Quantum Money partner Fahim Antoniades resigns

Quantum Money partner Fahim Antoniades has resigned from the brokerage.

Antoniades, who joined the firm in 2003, has left after six and a half years.

Previously, Antoniades worked as a mortgage adviser for St James’s Place from 1995 to 2003.

He says: “I have no immediate plans but I’m sure opportunities will come along. There maybe some PR opportunities but we’ll wait and see what happens.”

He adds: “Whatever move I make it is definitely going to be within financial services. I don’t need to rush into making any decisions because my next move has got to be also for a term of at least or not longer than what I did at Quantum.”


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