Adrian Lowcock, head of personal investing at Willis Owen, has left the firm after nearly three years in the role.
Lowcock left the business with immediate effect after what he termed a 'restructure'.
He joined Willis Owen in July 2018 after two years as an investment director at Architas.
He has previously served as head of investing at AXA Wealth, and as senior research analyst and investment commentator at Hargreaves Lansdown.
In an email, Lowcock said he is looking forward to new challenges and plans to return to the industry “as soon as possible” and once the “right opportunity appears”.
Lowcock said: “After three years at Willis Owen the time has come for me to seek a new challenge. I hold everyone at the company in the highest regard and wish them every success in the future.”
Jason Chapman, managing director of Willis Owen, said: “Adrian has played an instrumental role in raising the profile of Willis Owen and developing the business over the past three years.
“He has been a model colleague and we all wish him every success with his future endeavours.”
Lowcock is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investments.
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