Chamberlain gets to Core for Succession

Stodell, Hannah
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/20/2009, p3
The article reports on the signing of Core Financial Services by Simon Chamberlain as the second regional center of his Independent Financial Authorities (IFA) consolidated vehicle in Great Britain. Chamberlain noted the ambitious plan of Core, which is to build up 500 million pounds assets through consolidation of IFA firms. The singning up comes after tyhe appointment of Paul Tebbut, former chief executive from Core Financial Services, as relationship director at Succession.


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