Sesame network loses 67 firms over restricted move

Carmen Reichman
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A total of 67 of Sesame's near 2,200 member firms have decided to leave the network following its decision to operate as a restricted advice business, group chairman John Cowan has said.

One of those businesses has decided the leave the wider Sesame Bankhall Group (SBG), with the remainder electing to join support services outfit Bankhall as directly-authorised IFAs. The network announced...

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