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First Actuarial plans for expansion as it approaches 2nd birthday

First Actuarial is finalising its expansion plans as it celebrates its
second year of trading with strong business figures.

The actuarial consultancy is planning further recruitment at its four existing offices and the opening of a fifth office in Peterborough next month.

Latest annual trading figures from First Actuarial show annual revenues up by 40 per cent on 2004/05. Following the opening of the Peterborough office staff numbers will have more than doubled since 2004, with further recruitment currently underway.

First Actuarial director Alan Smith says:

“This second set of results shows the continued strength of our business
based on the top quality advice and services we offer. We have seen impressive growth in client numbers and this is set to continue, particularly among medium-sized clients who are in many cases disillusioned with the service they have been receiving from the larger consultancies.”

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