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Quartet boosts My Money Adviser

IFA website service provider My Money Adviser has app ointed four new senior team members as part of its development plans.

Former IFA Promotion business development manager Andrew Robertson bec omes area sales consultant for Scotland.

Sue Robertshaw is joining as regional sales consultant for the North, joining from financial services software provider Policy Master where she was an account manager.

Guy Brasher joins after 11 years at Coutts Bank where he helped establish its IFA operation. He will co-ordinate sales and marketing.

Robert Wemyss is to be product director, which inv olves responsibility for providing information on all aspects of financial services. He joins from Axa Sun Life where he had 21 years experience in supporting IFAs, most recently as technical manager.

Managing director Ann-Marie Martyn says: “These are exciting times at My Money Adviser. We are going from strength to strength and the momentum is set to keep growing with these high-calibre appointments.”

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