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RSM Tenon appoints new chairman

RSM Tenon has appointed Tim Ingram as its new chairman, replacing Adrian Martin.

Ingram, who also joins the board of the firm, was previously chairman at Collins Stewart Hawkpoint until March 2012 and was recently a senior independent non-executive director of the Sage Group and Savills plc.

Martin will remain with the firm until June 22, 2012, to ensure a smooth transition.

RSM Tenon chief executive Chris Merry says: “This is an important time for the Group and I am delighted that Tim has agreed to become Chairman. We continue to make good progress with our cost reduction programme and the development of our strategic plan. I look forward to working with Tim to return the Group to profitability. 

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