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PTFS appoints Max Wright as CEO

Max Wright has today been confirmed as the permanent chief executive officer for Personal Touch Financial Services, following his interim CEO role since February and non-executive directorship since 2009.

Wright says: “I am excited and delighted to take on the challenge of leading PTFS, which is passionate about delivering high-quality advice to consumers.  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.

“We will continue to build on our goal of ensuring our community improves the financial well-being of our consumers and on delivering a high-quality service proposition for our members.”

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