Harwood unveils board changes as Durrant becomes sole CEO

Response to regulation and group development

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Harwood Wealth Management Group has made a number of changes to its board, including making Alan Durrant sole CEO, driven by impending changes to the Senior Managers Regime and the evolution of the group.

Neil Dunkley, who is currently joint CEO alongside Durrant, will become managing director of financial planning, but will continue in his role as executive director. FCA to ramp up investigations under SMR...

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