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Towry hires Coutts financial planning product director

Towry hires Coutts financial planning product director

National advice firm Towry has returned to Coutts to hire a product manager of for its client propositions team.

Ed Colyer (pictured) joins the firm in its Birmingham office and was most recently was a financial planning product team director at Coutts.

Colyer is the latest name on a growing list of ex-Coutts employees to join Towry which includes chief executive Andrew Fisher, head of client proposition David Middleton, chairman Glyn Jones and head of advice policy Kate Turner.

In his fifteen years at Coutts, Colyer was also product development manager, financial planning advice services manager and head of regulated products.

Michael Pos, head of product at Towry, said: 'This is a significant appointment for Towry’s product team. Ed has a proven track record as an innovative and highly commercial product manager and his experience both developing and delivering new products will only serve as beneficial to our clients.'

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