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Murphy Salisbury co-founder retires after 35 years

Paul Salisbury steps down at Murphy Salisbury 35 years after co-founding the firm

Murphy Salisbury co-founder Paul Salisbury has retired 35 years after he set
up the practice.

The firm will continue to serve clients through senior partner Steve Smith,
plus Mark Bullock and Bobby Gupta.

The firm, founded alongside Patrick Murphy, originally operated with just one
secretary. It now operates with 36 staff.

Salisbury, married with a son and daughter, and one granddaughter, plans to
spend his retirement playing more golf, taking more holidays and “perhaps some
gardening”, according to the press release.

“While I am sad to be leaving, I know I am leaving Murphy Salisbury in safe
hands with Steve, Mark and Bobby, who will continue to take the firm forward,”
said Salisbury.

“The firm has implemented a great team structure with capable and experienced
managers. I am immensely proud of how the practice has grown since 1976.”

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