Stockport-based Prest Financial Planning boosts team with triple hire

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Victoria McKeever
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From left to right: Lisa Livesey, Beth Torkington, Shelby Gillespie, Emma Hilton and Graham Prest
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From left to right: Lisa Livesey, Beth Torkington, Shelby Gillespie, Emma Hilton and Graham Prest

Stockport-based Prest Financial Planning has added three recruits to its financial planning support team and is seeking to bring in another financial planner.

The Greater Manchester firm has recruited Emma Hilton, Shelby Gillespie and Beth Torkington to boost its financial planning support, administration and paraplanning department to 15 people. It also takes...

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