A history of success

Steve Bamforth

In the 1930s, Kenneth Griffiths and George Armour saw an opportunity to set up a broker that differed from the predominantly marine-based Liverpool brokers. However, it was the financial services arm of the company that kept it afloat as the post-World War II economy demanded help in planning firms' pensions. A twist of fate transformed the business when Kenneth Griffith's cousin became chairman of the Association of Consulting Engineers in 1945; between this date and the late 1970s, business

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