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Towry director Gaius Jones to exit after 14 years
by Jun Merrett on Mar 18, 2013 at 12:42
Towry director and senior client partner Gaius Jones is to leave the restricted advice group after 14 years.
Jones has resigned from the Towry board and will leave the company in August.
A spokesman for Towry said Jones had a new job lined up in 'retail financial services'.
Jones joined John Scott& Partners, which acquired Towry in 2006, in 1999 and joined the firm’s board in 2003.
He was appointed to Towry’s board in 2009.
A Towry spokesman said: ‘Gaius has resigned from the board with immediate effect and is leaving Towry in August because he has got a new job.’
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