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Adrian Lowcock leaves Hargreaves Lansdown

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Adrian Lowcock leaves Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves Lansdown senior investment manager Adrian Lowcock has left the firm.

Lowcock joined Hargreaves in November 2012 following a nine year spell at Bestinvest where he was a senior investment adviser. Prior to that he worked at Natwest Stockbrokers.

Lowcock said: ‘I have now left Hargreaves Lansdown to seek a new challenge. I am looking for an opportunity where I can continue to assist investors within the financial services sector.’

Bristol-based Hargreaves confirmed his departure and said he leaves with the firm’s ‘best wishes’.

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