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Senior Hogg Robinson director defects to Wentworth Rose

Hogg Robinson regional director David Edwards has joined Wentworth Rose Independent as head of retirement Counselling.


Edwards role is to spearhead further development of corporate connections, and be lead speaker on pre-retirement and financial awareness courses.

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