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AWD Chase de Vere to recruit 30 IFAs

AWD Chase de Vere will appoint 30 IFAs to its offices in Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cardiff and Belfast.

AWD says the recruitment drive is part of its mission to become the UK’s “leading whole of market independent financial adviser”.

UK group chief executive officer Mike Kirsch says: “Our vision remains to recruit the best IFAs to deal with the most sophisticated clients in the country and the Midlands and North of the UK are increasingly important areas for our business.

“As part of Europe’s premier advisory group, AWD Holding AG, which has over 464,000 advised customers, 6,000 financial advisers and revenues exceeding €725m, we can offer IFAs the security of a large company in terms of financial strength but having a small company feel in its relationship with its people and its clients.”


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