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Financial Planner and wealth manager Saunderson House has parted company with its investment director Chris Sexton after 14 years.
IFG’s James Hay Sipp and platform business had a good half year with ‘robust’ performance.
The sale of IFA Saunderson House has been abandoned by parent company IFG Group, parent company of SIPPs firm James Hay.
IFG Group, the owners of SIPP company James Hay Partnership, has announced a £400,000 loss in the last year, compared to profits of £6.4m for 2016.

James Hay could be facing a tax penalty of £20 million over the biofuel investment Elysian Fuel.
SIPP and platform provider James Hay has seen revenues drop by £1.4m, in disappointing results for the first half of the year.
Pensions provider The Embark Group has snapped up one of James Hay’s executive team and announced three other senior appointments.
James Hay is fighting an HMRC charge of nearly £2million in connection with a probe into a non-standard investment.
James Hay bosses say they are focused on “getting the basics right” on service but acknowledged there was “some way to go”, as the firm reported an adjusted operating profit £7.1 million.
James Hay is overhauling its charges, it revealed this morning, with some fees set to be axed and a new structure established.
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