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WH Ireland poaches Cenkos broker

WH Ireland poaches Cenkos broker

WH Ireland has poached Cenkos Securities equity analyst Ian Berry for its corporate broking division.

Company chief executive Richard Killingbeck (pictured) said: ‘I’m delighted to welcome Ian to WH Ireland’s London office.

‘Ian has tremendous experience and a strong reputation. This appointment complements the existing team and enhances the corporate broking division’s capacity to attract additional clients.’

After a number of extremely lean years, the corporate broking industry has come to life in the last six months with a number of high-profile initial public offerings.

Poundland Group, Pets at Home Group, Boohoo.com and AO World have all listed in London since the beginning of 2014.

WH Ireland described the appointment as a ‘senior hire’. Berry has more than 25 years of experience in the sector and previously worked at Evolution, specialising in small and mid-cap research.  

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