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IFA group makes strategic appointment

IFA Yorkshire Investment Group has appointed Phillip Howden as a consultant in an attempt to strengthen its new client development plans.


The firm views Howden as a key appointment to their Corporate Services division. Corporate services director Andrew Hogg sees him as being invaluable in the run up to stakeholder pensions next year.


Howden has 15 years experience in financial services. He is a former chairman of the Society of Pension Consultants for the Yorkshire region.


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