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TenetLime’s Gemma Harle leaves for Intrinsic

TenetLime managing director Gemma Harle has left to join Intrinsic.

Harle will head up the firm’s mortgage and protection advice business.

Harle will report to Intrinsic group managing director Stephen Gazard.

Gazard says: “I am delighted to have Gemma as part of the team.  She is widely recognised as one of a handful of key leaders in the mortgage and protection market.

“Her vast experience, expertise and energy will drive our mortgage & protection offering for the 1,000 mortgage advisers within the network.”

Harle says: “I’m delighted to be joining one of the leading financial adviser networks in the country and to have the chance to work alongside my new colleagues at Intrinsic.”

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