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Chase de Vere to boost advice to medical profession

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Chase de Vere is setting up a specialist team to boost its advice relationship with the medical profession.

The team of six business development consultants will work in hospitals and GP practices nationwide with Chase de Vere advisers to offer tailored briefings and seminars with medical professions.

The firm has been partnering with the British Medical Association since 2005, and has a 60-strong team of advisers who work with BMA members and specialise in the medical profession and the NHS pension scheme.

Three business development consultants have joined from Wesleyan, with three more to be recruited shortly. The team will be managed by former Wesleyan head of field marketing Caroline Waters.

Chase de Vere chief executive Stephen Kavanagh says: “Our relationship with the BMA is hugely important, having served over 11,000 members to date, and we are intent on growing this further. We have increased our number of advisers who specialise in working with BMA members from 37 to 60 over the past year and we are still recruiting.

“I believe the combination of having advisers with such extensive knowledge of the medical profession and their finances, combined with our independent advice proposition, provides a solution that will soon be available to even more medical professionals.”

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