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Vestra hires technical director from Axa

Wealth management firm Vestra Wealth has appointed Axa senior technical consultant David Lane as business development technical director.

Lane joins Vestra after 11 years with Axa. He is a fellow of the Personal Finance Society, a chartered financial planner and an affiliate member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

Lane will work with advisers and provide them with technical advice and investment tools.

Vestra head of IFA business development Tony Allan says: “In recruiting David, we have managed to attract one of the leading advisers in the technical consultancy field.

“The appointment is further proof that Vestra are committed to working in partnership with IFAs to help them develop their businesses. David will work alongside IFAs, highlighting business opportunities for their clients and professional connections, and ultimately help them to grow their business.”

Lane says: “Since inception, Vestra has established a strong business development team to work in partnership with IFAs helping them to better service their clients. I look forward to helping ensure Vestra delivers the best possible support and advice to the IFA community for their clients.”

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