Continuum hires South London-based Chartered planner

Fifth hire in 2022

Wimbledon-based Chartered financial planner Simon Hewitt has joined national IFA firm Continuum, as the firm with assets under influence of £1.52bn continues to grow.

In April 2022, three new advisers joined Continuum in South Wales and Lancashire. Nick Howells and Darran Curtis both became part of the Continuum team in South Wales, and Rob Buckley joined the team in Lancashire. Curtis and Howells are now both based in Cardiff and moved to the firm from Schroders Personal Wealth. Continuum has also recently seen its first in-house recruiter join the team. Hewitt has expertise across the whole financial advice spectrum but specialises in estate planning and tax optimisation strategy. He operates from Wimbledon in South West London as well as in Nort...

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