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Thinc Destini reveals new board

Thinc Destini has introduced its prospective board subject to FSA approval of the merger of the two firms, which it exp-ects to take place in March.

At a conference in London this week, Simon Chamberlain was named group chief executive in charge of the day-today running of the business.

Tim Trotter will be non-executive chairman and David Collett, chief executive of Destini, will be deputy chairman, concentrating on future acquisitions, creating professional alliances and strategy.

Former Bradford & Bingley group financial services director Roderic Rennison will be the chief operating officer. Managing director of multi-tie will be Nick Boyle and managing director of IFA division will be John Everill.

Neil Hawkin and Gregg Taylor, the original creators of Thinc five years ago, will be chief commercial officer and chief marketing officer respectively. The chief financial officer will be Richard Linley and Fiona Price will be director of communications.

Thinc Destini outlined its plans for the future, including a commercial finance proposition, international property, a key workers scheme and postretirement planning. Thinc Mortgage Solutions and Thinc Financial Solutions are being merged into Thinc Financial Consultancy.

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