Brunswick rejigs partner model

City impresario Alan Parker is to take a step back from the direct running of Brunswick, the firm he co-founded, as he presses ahead with plans to devolve management to other partners.

Co-founder and partner Louise Charlton is to take Parker’s senior partner role, although Parker will remain at the head of the firm in the new position of chairman.

Co-managing partner James Bradley is to become business development partner, leaving Andrew Hood as sole managing partner.

Finance partner and co-founder Andrew Fenwick will remain in his position.

Bradley said the changes to the managing partner structure were a result of the firm’s overseas expansion and insisted Parker was not preparing to exit Brunswick.

‘Alan becomes chairman to enable him to stay focused on clients,’ he said.

The moves follows Parker’s announcement in March that Brunswick was considering limited liability partnership status.

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