Celtic FP hires financial planner as it eyes next office location

The business is looking to expand with third office location

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Celtic Financial Planning has hired a Prestatyn-based Chartered financial planner and is looking to open an office in North West Wales as it aims to expand its presence in the region.

Chartered financial planner Jamie Hughes joined the firm this month from Quilter Private Client Advisers, where he had been for more than six years. Prior to Quilter, he was a wealth adviser at Moneytree Financial Management and Sanlam Private Wealth. Hughes said he was drawn to Celtic because of the way it "operates and its sense of place and culture". "It is refreshing to be joining an organisation which is fresh and dynamic, which is not always the case in what can be a very corporate industry," he commented. "I'm looking forward to getting started and delighted I can play a part i...

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