Nucleus Financial has announced its new IFA advisory board following its first annual re-election process.
The IFA-owned wrap platform says the seven man board includes two new representatives – Richard Stocks from FA Watts and Graham Laverick of WR Financial – as well as five from the founding owner-IFA firms.
David Ferguson, Nucleus chief executive reiterated the benefit of the concept for consumers.
“Unlike other platforms where core decisions are driven by commercial interests, at Nucleus advisers have been involved in the design and progress of the platform from the outset.
“Only by ensuring IFAs are at the very heart of the proposition will Nucleus be able to continue to develop as a new force in UK financial services, capable of changing the status quo.”
New board member Graham Laverick adds: “Being able to agree collectively how the platform develops will allow us as advisers to offer a stronger, tailored investment solution for our clients.”
The remaining five members of the board are: Bruce Wilson of Helm Godfrey, John Moore of Central Investments, Gordon Craig of Asset Management IFA, Ian Thomasson of Avidus and Scott Lang, and Phil Norbury of HKA.
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