Tina Weeks is growing her Serenity Financial Planning firm by bringing on board two more advisers and a paraplanner.
The two advisers, who Weeks will be naming next month, will be joining Serenity on a self-employed basis, and will be opening new Serenity offices in their respective areas.
Weeks, (pictured) who is known for her commitment to life planning, said one of the advisers who are joining comes from a life planning background, and the other one is embarking on a process to become a life planner.
"The advisers are coming because they like the firm and want to join which is great," said Weeks.
Serenity's business is "growing organically" and the Retail Distribution Review has had little impact, said Weeks.
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