UK - Edis Partnerships managing partner Ken Edis is relinquishing day-to-day control of the administration specialist. But he will continue as senior partner and chairman of the board.
Sarah West will take over as managing partner from Edis on October 1.Edis said that as he was approaching 60 he believed a younger person would be better placed to lead the firm.
He said: “In Sarah we have someone who shares our vision of what high-quality administration services and system solutions are all about. It is a vision that is matched by her ability and determination to both lead and deliver in the fast-changing environment of pensions today, where both new pensions and finance Bills will be having a major impact on us all.
“Edis Partnerships has grown steadily over the last 30 years and now is the time for a younger person to take over the responsibility for day-to-day management of our much enlarged practice.”
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