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Clarkson Hill announces 36 per cent rise in turnover

Clarkson Hill, the mortgage and investment IFA, has announced a 36 per cent rise in turnover in its results for the six months to January 31, 2005.

Turnover is now 3.8m, from 2.8m in 2004, the number of advisers up 36 per cent from 149 to 203, with 8 small companies of IFAs being introduced to the group.

The group aims to grow its business to be one of the top 10 UK IFAs within the next two years. It hopes for Aim listing in the next six months.


Boulger on Mortgages

Now the general election is behind us there is another important election, or rather referendum, coming up. I doubt that the gilt market would react very much to the result of the general election as the difference in macro economic policy between the two main parties, at least for the first two years after the election, is not big enough to generate wild swings in interest rates.

How to use wills to protect your clients’ wishes

March was Free Wills Month! Free Wills Month brings together a group of well-respected charities to offer members of the public aged 55 and over the opportunity to have their simple wills written or updated free of charge by using participating solicitors in selected locations around England and Wales. Research by the Law Society* highlighted that only 64 […]


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