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Wealth manager makes senior hire as part of digital investment
13/12/2018 , News Team

SG Wealth Management (SGWM) has appointed Jason Dorsett, who joins in the senior role of IT manager as the firm implements a new system that will give clients the ability to interact digitally via a dedicated e-portal.

This implementation will allow clients to access their information securely at any time, on any device and follows a recent management buyout of the firm by managing director Stephen Girling which has seen considerable investment by the firm into advanced technology, the firm stated. 

Mr Dorsett brings with him over 20 years of IT experience and will have responsibility for managing the firm’s IT strategy, services and partners. He joins from KCOM Enterprise. 

Mr Girling said: "With a growing client base it's imperative to have the correct technical and staffing resources in place.  My main objective when I became majority shareholder of the company was to improve our service offering to clients and drive down costs by investing into both technology and skills.

"So, to ensure the successful integration of this new platform we have also appointed a specialist who will ensure its capabilities are successfully implemented and maximised."

SGWM now has almost 40 staff across its Norwich and Ipswich offices and Mr Dorsett’s appointment is the latest of 12 new positions created by the company over the last year.


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