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Berry Birch & Noble wins contract for NAHT IFA business

Berry Birch & Noble Financial Planning has launched a new IFA service for members of the National Association of Head Teachers and their families.

The financial planning division of Berkeley Berry Birch will have the opportunity to represent over 30,000 school heads and an additional 10,500 retired life members.

BBB takes over from Frizzell, who previously handled the account.

A link will run from the website for the NAHT, taking them to a section of BBNFP. Members will be able to book a personal financial planning consultation online and access various financial planning guides.

Berry Birch & Noble Financial Planning client services manager says: We are proud to have been appointed as the approved provider of independent financial advice to members of NAHT and are delighted to be the co-sponsor of the 2005 NAHT annual conference.


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