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Ashcourt Rowan welcomes new CFO

Alfio Tagliabue takes role at wealth management group

UK WEALTH management group Ashcourt Rowan has appointed a new chief financial officer.

Alfio Tagliabue will begin the role on 9 January. He has ten years experience in financial services, predominantly as a consultant on strategy, operational and financial planning and corporate development.

The company also announced that Richard Sinclair will be joining as chief operating officer. Tagliabue and Sinclair take over Neil Hale and Jeremy Rance, who leave the company with immediate effect.

Jonathan Polin, CEO, said:”The board would like to thank Neil and Jeremy for their contributions to the company. Having recently set out a new agenda for the business, setting a clear aim to improve the profitability of the company and to enhance shareholder value, the board believes that the addition of Alfio and Richard to the management team will greatly assist in implementing the strategic and financial initiatives announced last month.”

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