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Marcus James Group launches IFA arm

Property specialist Marcus James Group is launching an IFA arm as part of shake up at the firm which includes Intrinsic’s Kevin Ronaldson joining as a non-executive director.

Speaking at a launch event at Home House in London earlier this week, group chairman Grant Goss said the new arm, Marcus James Wealth management, will help diversify the company.

It will be an AR of Mint financial services, an IFA network owned by Intrinsic.

Intrinsic group marketing director and Intrinsic Wealth Management sales director Ronaldson has joined the board of MJG along with Mark Lovelock and David Robertson

Ronaldson said: “My time with Marcus James will naturally be limited due to my ongoing executive commitments to Intrinsic but I hope my experience will help the group as they look to continue their impressive growth.”

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