Quilter Cheviot/QPCA merger 'makes complete sense' - boss Paul Feeney

Quilter 2020 results

Sophie King
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Paul Feeney: "Quilter is all about full service wealth management and if this pandemic has taught me anything, it's that we operate better when we organise ourselves around our clients."
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Paul Feeney: "Quilter is all about full service wealth management and if this pandemic has taught me anything, it's that we operate better when we organise ourselves around our clients."

Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney has said the decision to combine Quilter Cheviot with Quilter Private Client Advisers (QPCA) made complete sense for the firm's high net worth client base.

In its yearly results published on Wednesday (10 March), the business said it would continue to "simplify" and better align its resources by transferring QPCA into Quilter Cheviot later this year. The...

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