IGG opens Manchester office in response to 'continuing client demand'

Central Manchester-based office will house four trustee directors plus wider team

Holly Roach
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IGG CEO Andrew Bradshaw
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IGG CEO Andrew Bradshaw

Independent Governance Group (IGG) has opened a new office based in central Manchester in response to “continuing client demand”.

The company's third office - joining ones in London and Bristol - will house trustee directors Graham Bryant, Catherine Edmondson, Nicole Mullock and Janine Wood, as well as a wider team. IGG sa...

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