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New Appointment – Jack Powell, Grant Thornton

New appointment

13 November 2012

New Appointment – Jack Powell, Grant Thornton

We are happy to confirm Jack Powell’s appointment as a Senior Client Adviser for the financial advisory firm Grant Thornton Wealth Management Ltd. His most recent role was with a large New Zealand bank where he worked in the Private Banking space managing large individual and corporate investment portfolios. Jack has extensive experience in both the investment and business risk markets. Given Grant Thornton Wealth Management’s primary focus on capital preservation in the current volatile market, Jack’s experience in product and fund manager selection are a valuable addition to the firm. Jack has a special interest in Socially Responsible Investing and is an active member of the Professionals Committee within the Auckland Communities Foundation.

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