Towry Law has re-iterated its belief that a fee-based service is the "only" way consumers can receive truly independent advice after today moving into new offices.
The firm, which has been conducted an anti-commission campaign, has moved to new premises in Edgbaston, Birmingham, as part of its expansion into the Midlands.
Towry Law, headed by CEO Andrew Fisher, argues a commission model creates a conflict of interest between the client and the adviser that may lead to inappropriate advice and recommendations.
“We believe that a fee-based service is the only way individual and corporate clients can ensure they are receiving truly independent wealth advice, and we look forward to continuing to build relationships with clients, and their legal and accounting advisers, in and around Birmingham in order to provide this,” says Andy Cowan, head of private clients at Towry Law.
“We are extremely excited about our new Birmingham offices. We have had a presence in the city for many years, and these new premises will provide a high quality environment for both our clients and professional contacts and demonstrates our continued commitment to growing our business in Birmingham and the Midlands.”
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