Equilibrium Asset Management has bolstered its headcount with the hire of five client managers, after refurbishing its offices.
The wealth manager has hired Carl Hayes, Laura Stewart, Clare Hamilton, Charlene Love and David West as client managers to be based at its Wilmslow headquarters.
Hayes has eight years of experience in financial services with a focus on pensions and investments, while Stewart has worked in the industry for nine years, including complaint handling projects for various financial institutions.
Hamilton is currently working towards the Diploma in Financial Planning, while Love spent five years in investment management at Brewin Dolphin.
Finally, West has managed a portfolio of clients' defined contribution pension schemes and specialised in pension scheme lending.
The hires take the firm's number of experts up to 63 and follow on from a significant investment into the refurbishment of multiple meeting rooms in the Wilmslow office.
Equilibrium also has an office in Chester and currently manages more than £600m worth of assets for more than 850 families across the UK.
Managing partner Gaynor Rigby said: "Carl, Laura, Clare, Charlene and David are all important hires as we look to continue to improve what we offer both current and potential clients. We have now grown into all the space at our Wilmslow headquarters, with 63 staff now on our books.
"The refurbishment work to our meeting rooms and MESS area, which is where our staff enjoy breakfast each morning and breaks during the day, is very important to us. It all links to investing in our people and giving our staff the best possible place to work from, excel and progress."
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