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SimplyBiz hires former Bankhall MD David Golder as director

David Golder

Former Bankhall managing director David Golder is joining SimplyBiz as client proposition director.

He will take up his newly created role on 1 July.          

Golder left Bankhall in March 2010 following Sesame’s acquisition of the business from Skandia in October 2009.

He is currently a director at Abbey Tax. 

Last month, Money Marketing reported Standard Life was in talks with SimplyBiz over selling its 10 per cent stake in the support services firm back to SimplyBiz management.

PMI Independent Financial Advisers director John Stewart says: “David obviously has a good background to take up this role and I am sure he will be targeting former colleagues at Sesame Bankhall to move across toSimplyBiz.

“As a SimplyBiz member I will be interested to see what he is able to achieve in his
new role.”


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  1. David was responsible for recruiting me and several others into Bankhall when the Pru made us redundant in 2001. SimplyBiz were in a much stronger position to do the deal but let us slip through their fingers. I left Bankhall in 2009 when I joined up with another IFA firm who were with SimplyBiz. Seems like we both know where the action is!

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