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Winchester White appoints new chief exec

Specialist financial services management consultancy Winchester White Management Consultants has appointed David Grey as chief executive.

The former director of operations joined the business in 1992 and will continue to develop the company’s strategic direction. He replaces Brian Wood.

WWMC has also announced principal consultant Aileen Croft is to become head of the life and pensions practice taking responsible for developing and expanding the practice.

Chairman John White says: "We are delighted to announce our new appointments and believe the changes will enable us to successfully compete and grow in our market and to focus on meeting the needs of our clients."

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