Page leaves Ashcourt Rowan as incentive travel axed

Ashcourt Rowan's conference and recognition manager John Page has left the company after a review that resulted in it cancelling its incentive travel programme.

John Page has left Ashcourt Rowan
John Page has left Ashcourt Rowan

Page was made redundant from the wealth management firm earlier this month and his role is not going to be replaced.

"As part of a strategic review, the business concluded it wasn’t appropriate to continue with the incentive travel initiative it had adopted over the previous two years," the company told C&IT in a statement.

The company worked with P&MM on its ‘Partners in Success, incentive travel programme.

Page joined Ashcourt Rowan in 2010 from Lloyds TSB where he was head of incentive travel.

Ashcourt Rowan was launched by Syndicate Asset Management on 4 January 2010 through the merger of Ashcourt Asset Management, Ashcourt Financial Planning, and Rowan and Company Capital Management.

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