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Jonathan Fry makes changes to senior management


Wealth manager and independent financial adviser Jonathan Fry has made changes to its management structure and is opening an office in Primrose Hill, London.

Long term Jonathan Fry client David Carr, the founder and chief executive of financial services outsourcers Hazell Carr, has joined the firm as chief executive officer.

Ex-Hazell Carr senior executive Adam Galache-Brown has become deputy chief executive officer.
In the senior management tier, Carr and Galache-Brown will be supported by Angelica Carr, responsible for marketing and human resources; Antonia Simpson, responsible for operations and compliance; and Jonathan Fry (pictured), responsible for advisers, financial planning and governance.
Other recent appointments are Robert Hupe, ex-7IM and Coutts with responsibility for discretionary asset management; and James Scott, ex-Citigroup who is tasked with developing the company’s expertise in the structured product market.
“David Carr’s coming on board as chief executive officer, with Adam Galache-Brown as deputy chief executive officer, is a major coup for the company and will help to drive our ambition to revolutionise UK wealth management,” says Fry.
“We have established a second to none reputation for a highly professional bespoke service which is relationship rather than product-driven. We now want to develop these services in an efficient and scalable way.”
The company will be formally unveiling its Primrose Hill, London offices on 3 March and will be announcing a range of new services over the coming year.

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