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Financial recruitment office opens in East Anglia

Financial services recruitment consultant 20-20 Search and Selection is opening a new office near Norwich. Nigel Borrett, formerly of Seekers Recruitment, will head up the office.

Borrett says: “We are capitalising on the buoyancy and changes in the market. It is imperative for both clients and candidates for a national operation to have representation in East Anglia.”

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