Pareto Financial Planning partners with accountantcy firm

Manchester-based businesses

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Pareto Financial Planning has joined forces with accountant and business adviser Beever and Struthers and will work with both its staff and clients.

The partnership between the two Manchester-based firms will see Beever and Struthers staff and clients gain access to tailored financial advice and support from the financial planning business. Pareto specialist adviser Chris Colclough will now be based at the head office of Beever and Struthers at Manchester's St George's House sharing his expertise with staff and national clients of the wider firm covering Blackburn, Birmingham, and London. Beever and Struthers executive partner Maria Hallows said: "Through this partnership we will be able to help our clients make informed decisions...

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