Three IFAs joined Continuum in Q3 while firm's quarterly income rose 37%

Sixth quarter of growth

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Three financial advisers have joined national financial planning business Continuum from Quilter Financial Planning, Spence & Spence and Tilney in 2021 Q3.

Chartered final planner Lisa Anderson joined the firm from Tilney to strengthen Continuum's presence in Somerset. She has 17 years of experience in financial services and holds both Chartered and Certified Financial Planning status. Chartered financial planner Steven Chisholm joined Continuum in Northamptonshire from Quilter Financial Planning. Chisholm has been an IFA since 1991. Ryan Bunyan joined the firm from Edinburgh-based Spence & Spence and is currently working towards his Chartered financial planning status. Managing partner at Continuum Martin Brown said the addition o...

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