Advice network Beaufort Financial has made Surrey-based Corfe Wealth Management (CWM) its latest appointed representative.
Led by Chartered financial adviser Christopher Webb, CWM launched in August this year after splintering from Marks Howard LLP. Webb said CWM's relationship with Beaufort Financial would help his firm achieve its goals of supporting clients at or near retirement.
"Retirement no longer exists in a ‘traditional' sense - instead more and more people now look to perhaps take on a new career, build their dream home or travel the world when approaching the third age of life," he said.
"Our aim is to help people build a business plan for their life that reflects their long-term aims - whatever they might be - and which lays down a path for them to follow in financial terms."
Beaufort Financial chief executive Derrick Dunne added: "Growing our network to include more forward thinking and ambitious firms like CWM who want to make a mark is an essential part of our corporate strategy. Chris has clear ambitions for building a successful, sustainable business in CWM. We look forward to supporting him and his team moving forward."
In October Beaufort Financial signed its 19th IFA partnership as Newcastle advice start-up Akrivis Wealth joined the network.
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