Group executive chairman Stanley Lovell says the comp-any’s Scottish membership needs a formalised branch to serve its needs and offer service facilities efficiently.
He says advisers north of the border were calling for a local base and this gives IN Partnership a broader reach.
Lovell says: “This represents an important milestone in the expansion of the network and the national IFA firm. With an existing str-ong Scottish membership, this will provide a local operation to serve the needs of network members and provide modern facilities for their use, and administra-tive support for consultants working within their nat-ional IFA practice.
“This responds to strong demand from IFAs and mortgage advisers in Scotland for local representation.”
The Horsham-based firm also has regional offices in Solihull and Blackburn.