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Bradshaw Dixon Moore announces departure of Nigel Bradshaw

Bradshaw Dixon Moore, the actuarial and administrative professional services firm, today announces Nigel Bradshaw’s departure.

Nigel, a qualified actuary is leaving the business after five years.  Nigel now plans to focus on further developing his successful consultancy and other business interests that he has run in tandem with his role at Bradshaw Dixon Moore.

Peter Moore, Managing Director of Bradshaw Dixon Moore, comments on the departure:  “Nigel has been an important part of the firm since its founding and we are sorry to see him go.  We wish him the very best in his new business endeavours and thank him for his commitment and service over the years.” 

In addition to announcing Nigel’s departure, Bradshaw Dixon Moore also today confirms that it will undergo a rebrand over the next few months.  The business plans to shorten its name to BDM to better reflect recent changes at the firm and will use BDM as its trading name.

As part of its ongoing expansion, BDM recently announced the appointment of John Riley as Actuarial Consultant to the firm in February and established a new office in Rustington, Sussex. 

Since April 2008 BDM has delivered over 500 independent reports and has built a reputation for innovation, accuracy and quality amongst both the legal and IFA communities.

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