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Towry makes four executive promotions

Towry makes four executive promotions

Towry has promoted four of its senior partners to executive partners.

Bryan Innes, Chris Cole (pictured), a former Wealth Manager cover star, Matt Pitcher and Toby Alcock will all sit on Towry’s sales executive committee as part of their promotion, as well as continuing in their roles as senior advisers. They will all report to Andy Cowan, head of wealth advice.

In addition, acquisitions manager David Villa-Clarke has been appointed head of business development and will also report into Cowan.

Cowan commented: 'The move to promote Bryan, Chris, Matt and Toby to our sales executive committee reflects a repositioning towards a greater and more focused business generation, and more efficient delivery of advice and services to our clients. 

Towry noted its wealth advice group will continue to provide resource and leadership for the firm’s acquisitions projects.

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