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Financial Independence for Holland

Friday, March 14th 2008, 5:59AM
Philip Holland is leaving Tauranga-based advisory firm Harmer Parr to take up a role as general manager at Financial Independence (Tga) Ltd.

Financial Independence has grown significantly in the last few years and with the planned continued expansion the time for a general manager to oversee this growth was right.

Harmer Parr managing director Stephen Parr says that Holland's departure is being managed with "little disruption as Harmer Parr already has the next level of succession planning well established."

Todd Blythe who joined the firm last year as the plan writer and KiwiSaver specialist will now take on an advisory role.

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