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Lambert Fenchurch Financial Services

Lamert Fenchurch Financial Services carried off this award from under the noses of Investment Services Scotland and Hornbuckle Mitchell, which came second and third respectively.


Lambert Fenchurch Financial Services chairman John Crisford says: &#34We have always placed the highest importance on the professional and personal development of our staff. The considerable resources we have always invested have enhanced our ability to offer clients the wide range of dedicated services they require. I am delighted that our ongoing commitment to the delivery of highly professional, individually tailored support and the hard work of our team have been reflected in our winning the award.&#34

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