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Chase de Vere opens Cambridge office

National IFA Chase de Vere has opened a new Cambridge office as it targets growth in East Anglia.

The office will house 12 IFAs and offer both individual and corporate advice in the region. 

It plans to add a further five advisers over the next 12 months.

Chase de Vere Cambridge advice team manager Andrew Pacey says: “We will use the opening of this new office as a springboard to our growth plans in Cambridge and East Anglia, as we plan to recruit new advisers and grow our business in the region.”

In March, AWD Chase de Vere renamed as Chase de Vere as part of a wider rebranding of the firm.

The business has 13 offices across the UK housing 189 advisers.

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