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Marsh Financial

This award is designed to reward IFAs who have successfully convinced businesses of the advantages of employee benefits and taking out cover for their staff. In first place this year was Marsh Financial, which beat Lambert Fenchurch Financial Services and Bland Blankart into second and third place respectively.
Marsh Financial director David Croft says: &#34We see the award as recognition for the hard work and dedication of our advisers and support staff over the last two years. The award has given us the added incentive for the future.&#34
Bland Blankart director Simon Heller says: &#34We are absolutely delighted by our success in this award. This, as voted by our peers in the industry, gives a clear signal to our clients, professional partners and potential clients that Bland Blankart provides exceptional quality in serving the corporate market.&#34

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