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Premier Group recruits extra advisers

Midlands-based IFA The Premier Group plans to recruit 15-20 extra consultants by the end of the year to diversify its business and raise the level of support and services.

The firm says developments will include an advanced system for lead generation and a range of new marketing campaigns.

Six extra senior advisers have already been recruited by the Company over the last three months.

Those who join will receive compliance support, technical resources to track new products and legislative changes and a full training programme to gain further qualifications.

Premier houses over 50 staff in its Solihull headquarters and provides a range of financial and property services to clients across the UK. The Company has 21,000 clients, £75 million of funds under management and generates over half of its revenues on a recurring basis.

Premier Group founder and chief executive David Morris says: “Our strength has always been the diversity of product offerings and support we can offer. This is the next stage in development of Premier and, for us, the market remains strong and the future is positive.”



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