Advisory business Almary Green is lauching a graduate recruitment scheme to ensure the business has access to high calibre new entrants to financial services.
The new graduate training scheme is launching in September and will take on two new entrants initially. The training scheme is for three years and will cover all aspects of financial planning, starting with an administration role.
In addition to the graduate programme, the firm is also expand its team, by taking on at least two paraplanners and a number of additional financial advisers as a result of growth opportunities post-RDR.
The firm is currently carrying out major refurbishment in its Norfolk-based offices in order to allow for the additional recruitment.
Almary Green managing director Carl Lamb says the company is committed to growing its business in a controlled manner and one of the routes to achieving this is through mergers and acquisitions made possible through the shifting dynamics of the advisory market following the RDR.
Lamb says: “We have enjoyed substantial growth since our inception 12 years ago and are delighted to be expanding further. Almary Green prides itself on offering clients a strong, experienced and deeply knowledgeable team of specialists and we look forward to welcoming on board those who share our goals and ethos.”