A Newcastle-based financial planner has taken out a series of newspaper advertisements in a bid to attract the "abandoned" clients of Bluefin advisers previously working out of the IFA's now-closed Newcastle office.
Ian Lowes, managing director of Lowes Financial Management, said he has bought full-page adverts in the Newcastle Journal appealing to what he estimates is about 10,000 clients who may now find themselves...
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