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PTFS makes interim CEO permanent

Max Wright has been appointed permanent chief executive officer of Personal Touch Financial Services.

Wright has been interim chief executive since February, after former chief executive Doug Crawford left the business.
He has also been a non-executive director at PTFS since 2009.

Wright says he is excited and delighted to take on the challenge of leading PTFS.

He says: “It’s a great time to take on the role as we have seen six months of positive member growth, which is an outstanding result.”

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