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AFH Financial Group launches new legal division

IFA and wealth management firm AFH Financial Group has launched a legal division called AFH Legal.

AFH Legal offer legal services to AFH clients only. It has hired two solicitors to run the legal division.

The new division will be licensed by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority from 23 July 2013.

AFH chairman and chief executive Alan Hudson says: “Wills, trusts and estate planning forms the corner stone of professional financial planning for clients.

“The addition of an in-house legal services division, regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority will prove to be of tremendous added value for out advisers and clients alike.”


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