Wealth manager Charles Stanley has continued its financial planning push with a triple hire.
The firm, which has more than £24bn assets under management and attracted revenues of £155m in its latest financial year, has added two financial planners and a paraplanner in its efforts to expand its financial planning capabilities.
Sam Cowan has joined the wealth manager's Edinburgh office as a financial planner from Tilney, while Richard Elliot has joined its Oxford branch - also as a financial planner. Cowan became a financial planner in 2015, while Elliot has worked as a financial planner for more than 21 years.
Louise Aldridge is the third hire and will join Charles Stanley's London office as a paraplanner. She joined form Punter Southall Financial Planning where she worked for more than two and a half years.
Charles Stanley MD of financial planning Andrew Meigh said: "One of Charles Stanley's strategic objectives for this financial year is to grow our financial-planning capability across the group.
"I am delighted that we have made such high-calibre appointments and continue to expand our financial planning services for clients around the country to help them meet their financial goals. I very much look forward to working with Sam, Louise and Richard."
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