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Finance director exits Canaccord Genuity

Finance director exits Canaccord Genuity

Adrian Warne has left Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, where he was finance director.

Warne had been at Canaccord Genuity, and before it Collins Stewart, for 18 years. As finance director he was a member of the divisional leadership group, and his responsibilities included HR and operations as well.

Warne also played a prominent role in the group’s series of acquisitions during his tenure, such as the purchase of Eden Financial in October 2012 and financial planner Andersen Charnley in 2010.

At the end of March it was revealed that chief executive Neil Darke (pictured) would be departing Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management with immediate effect, having headed the firm for seven years.

He has been replaced by former Ashcourt Rowan managing director and Wealth Manager cover star David Esfandi.

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