Créscere Partners has appointed Andrew O’Riordan as operations manager, as they seek to capitalise on the opportunity to broaden their service offering with a branded financial solution.
O’Riordan had spent over 15 years in senior management roles in the industry.
The organisation partnered with accountants to provide planning advice to their clients on both a profit share and capital participation basis, rather than a client ownership basis.
James Malcolm, chief executive officer, said he was delighted with the inclusion of O’Riordan in the senior management team.
“Créscere now has a dozen joint ventures running with accounting groups and we needed a seasoned head of operations to steer that growth,” Malcolm said.
“The failure of limited advice for many accountants and a desire to stay fully involved with clients, has meant that joint venture models like ours are appealing.”