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Park Row Corporate & Private Clients launches

Park Row Corporate & Private Clients has launched officially with 23 advisers on board. Head of the company Peter Sprung hopes to have 50 advisers in three years.

AXA Sun Life is the business development partner for the new division, and Scottish Widows is the educational and development partner. The Institute of Financial Planning will be providing bespoke courses utilising their fast track to take advisers through to CFP licensing.

Sprung says: “We&#39re delighted that we have so many advisers on board so soon. However, for the meantime we&#39ll stick with our original target &#45 we may just achieve it quicker than we expected!”

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