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Personal Touch CEO Doug Crawford resigns

  • 09/02/2012
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Personal Touch CEO Doug Crawford resigns
After nearly two years with Personal Touch the chief executive officer Doug Crawford has stepped down from the network.

Crawford will remain with the business to handover to Max Wright, who temporarily takes up the reins as chief executive while a permanent replacement is recruited.

Crawford said: “I am proud that I leave behind one of the strongest management teams in the financial services sector. The network is in great shape and the team are implementing a four year vision and strategy, which will continue to differentiate the business from everyone else in the market. I know Personal Touch will continue to be successful and I wish the team well as they continue to take the business forward.”

Wright who is currently a non-executive director on the Personal Touch Board said: “Doug has done a great job in building a solid infrastructure for the business to face the challenges the changing financial service sector is bringing. On behalf of the Board I would like to thank him for his hard work and leadership and our best wishes as he moves to take up his next challenge.”

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