Ashcourt Rowan has unveiled a recruitment drive to underpin its national expansion programme.
The wealth management arm of Syndicate Asset Management is looking to beef up its network of 17 offices throughout the UK by hiring additional financial services professionals.
Last week, the firm's Chelmsford office moved to expanded premises to accommodate its growing team and business development director Chris Williams says such expansion is "enormously rewarding" in the face of market turbulence.
"One of the major goals has been to ensure we create organic growth, which we have done by working very hard to develop good, long-term relationships with not only our clients, but also their professional advisers," he says.
"In these turbulent markets, the empathy and expertise we demonstrate to our clients through the advice and recommendations we give has been key."
Last month, the firm appointed former Barclays man Jeremy Rance to join its executive committee as director of planning.
Ashcourt Rowan launched on 4 January through the merger of Ashcourt Asset Management, Ashcourt Financial Planning and Rowan and Company Capital Management.
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