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Tilney for Intermediaries hires director from Cofunds

Discretionary investment manager Tilney for Intermediaries has appointed Mark Coles as director for financial intermediaries.

Coles joins from Cofunds where he was head of business partnerships. Previously, he was head of business partnerships at Architas and investment strategy manager at Axa Wealth.

In his new role Coles will report into head of Tilney for Intermediaries Miles Robinson. He will be responsible for strengthening the firm’s existing relationships with advisers and growing its client numbers.

Robinson says: “Mark joins the firm at an important time as we look to expand our reach to an even greater number of financial planners.

“As well as aiding our work in building Tilney’s client bank, his skills in deepening existing partnerships will be of upmost importance.”

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