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Citri to become an AR of Openwork

Specialist mortgage and protection firm Citri is to become an appointed representative of Openwork.

The North East-based firm, which also offers advice through its wealth management arm, Citri Wealth Management, will become an AR on March 31, 2011.

Citri chief executive Keith Atkinson says: “A strategic partnership with Openwork offers many advantages; firstly to strengthen our position in the mortgage and protection area and, secondly, to broaden Citri’s expertise in the wealth management market – offering the consumer a full advice proposition. We believe Openwork is the right partner going forward and we look forward to the next chapter in our development.”

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