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Financial planning business 1825 is implementing a new senior management structure in its North East Regional office with the appointment of Mark Tootill as managing director, Tim Johnson as financial planning director and Steve Lloyd as financial planning and client service director.

Tootill joins 1825 from St James Place Wealth Management where he was senior partnership development manager. As a Chartered Financial Planner with nearly 25 years’ experience in the industry he has held a number of roles required to lead a wealth management business. Prior to St James Place Wealth Management, Tootill held positions in Prudential and Wesleyan Assurance Society.
 
Johnson’s new role as financial planning director will focus on relationships with key clients and the mentoring and development of financial planning talent. Johnson has been with the business for over 20 years holding a number of leading roles in that time.
 
As well as his financial planning commitments Lloyd will be responsible for the end to end client experience.
 
Steve Murray, 1825 CEO, says: “I am delighted Mark will be joining Tim, Steve and the wider 1825 leadership team in the North East. Mark’s experience and expertise will further strengthen the capability we already have, as we seek to build and grow our business further.”
 
Tootill says: “It continues to be an exciting time for the financial planning industry with an ever increasing demand for quality advice. There are significant opportunities to add value and deliver the best outcomes for customers and I am looking forward to working with the team in Leeds and the wider 1825 business to achieve this.”

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