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Hargreave Hale takes JM Finn staff for York office

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Hargreave Hale takes JM Finn staff for York office

Hargreave Hale has poached JM Finn senior investment managers Tom Holliday and Jim Mersey-Thompson to open a company office in York.

The duo will also be joined by Brown Shipley’s Adam Horsley and said that it will make further appointments ‘in due course’.

The addition of an office in the city brings Hargreave Hale’s regional network to seven, alongside outlets in London, Bangor, Blackpool, Carlisle, Lancaster and Worcester.

Company chair Giles Hargreave (pictured) said: ‘Tom, Jim and Adam are talented investment managers who will provide a high quality service to clients in the region. We are always on the lookout for experienced individuals with the expertise to add value to our offering.'

Holliday has worked in the industry for more than 25 years and was previously employed at Singer & Friedlander. Mersey-Thompson has worked in investment management for 10 years and Horsley for eight.

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