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Baggette Tyror rebrands as Bluestone Financial Services

IFA Baggette Tyror is re-naming itself BlueStone Financial Services as part of its expansion plans.

The firm says having been in business for 15 years it has reached a key stage in its development and thought it appropriate it should move forward with what it feels is a more modern name.

It is now looking to increase the number of advisers and has also recruited a communications and marketing manager.

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