Quilter Cheviot expands regional presence with four hires

'Further hires expected across the business'

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"We are extremely proud of our regional presence and continuously look for the right people to grow our teams across our office network." - Andrew McGlone
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"We are extremely proud of our regional presence and continuously look for the right people to grow our teams across our office network." - Andrew McGlone

Quilter Cheviot has hired three investment managers and a business development manager as it continues to expand its regional presence.

Further hires are expected across the business as part of its next phase of growth, according to the company. Earlier this year, investment manager Dominic Lacey joined the firm's Salisbury offi...

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