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Simon Bligh joins Trinity Lifetime Partners

We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone in our journey – Simon Bligh has joined Trinity Lifetime Partners as the new Head of Corporate Business. With a rich background in financial services and a proven track record in wealth management, Simon brings a wealth of experience to our team. Accompanying him is his dedicated Personal Assistant, Karen Critchley.

Henry Farnell, Chief Executive at Trinity Lifetime Partners, expressed his excitement, saying, "We are delighted to announce that Simon and Karen have become a part of our team as we embark on the next stage of our corporate journey. Simon's arrival coincides with a critical juncture in our corporate development, and we anticipate the continued success that their contributions will undoubtedly bring to our organisation."

Simon himself shared his enthusiasm for the collaboration: "I am looking forward to joining Trinity Lifetime. I have been very impressed with their business model, their principles in my dealings with them and especially with their people. I know my clients will benefit from the additional resources they can provide and I hope my experience can help build their corporate proposition."

We look forward to continuing our commitment to excellence in wealth management.

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