Quilter FP appoints Stephen Fryett after MD steps down

‘Vast experience of the FP marketplace’

Ayesha Venkataraman
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Quilter Financial Planning has appointed Stephen Fryett as managing director after the departure of its former MD Gemma Harle.

Fryett will be responsible for leading the development of the existing wealth and mortgage networks and developing Quilter's strategic partnership with Lifetime. He will report to Stephen Gazard, CEO of Quilter Financial Planning. Previously, Fryett founded Intrinsic, the predecessor to Quilter Financial Planning, working for the business from 2005 until 2019 before leaving to become managing director at one of Quilter's largest appointed representative firms, Lifetime Connect. Harle decided to step down to "pursue opportunities outside the business," according to Quilter, after "lead...

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