Continuum reports record jump in number of new advisers

Ambitious growth plans to become ‘a true household name’

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National IFA Continuum has reported an 11% increase in adviser numbers during 2022, a record for the advice business.

Continuum now has 63 advisers at the firm. It further expects high numbers of advisers to join the partnership this year, in line with its strong growth plans. Continuum managing partner Martin Brown said: "The past year saw record numbers of advisers joining us, looking for a home within which to grow their business and support their clients.  "With the launch of our new succession programme we expect these numbers to continue to grow, and to welcome record numbers of high-quality advisers to our partnership." Not only are more advisers finding their way to the firm, they are b...

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