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Argles fills chief executive role

South East firm, Argles Stoneham Burstows, has created a chief executive role that will be taken up by the former head of Alsop Wilkinson, Christopher Honeyman Brown.

19 April 2001

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South East firm
Argles Stoneham
Burstows
has created a chief executive role that will be taken up by the former
head of Alsop Wilkinson
Christopher Honeyman Brown.

Chartered
accountant
Christopher Honeyman Brown
has been working as a consultant to the
firm and joins from accountants
Horwarth Clarke Whitehall. Honeyman Brown
joined Alsop Wilkinson as chief executive in 1996
and led the firm into it’s
merger with Dibb Lupton Broomshead to form DLA. His new role at the 38-partner
Argles replaces that of managing partner
Russell Bell. The aim of the new
dedicated management role is to foster the integration and continued growth of
Argles.

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