Richard Wiscombe has been appointed as a trustee support manager by Capital Cranfield as it continues to see demand for its services.
He started work on 6 March and joined from Independent Trustee Services, where he worked for nine years.
Wiscombe (pictured above) has a track-record in defined benefit arrangements and will help manage Capital Cranfield's business development.
He sits on the business development committee and also helps the back office team.
Capital Cranfield managing director Neil McPherson. "All independent trustee companies have been seeing growth across the board. We are no different. Our support team is vital to our business and Richard bring with him a thorough understanding of the independent trustee market. We have made several client director appointments in the last 12 months, so his appointment is particularly timely."In January, Moira Beckwith, John Nestor, Paul Black and Andy Scott joined Capital Cranfield as client directors and independent trustees.
Capital Cranfield has 38 client directors across the country.
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