Old Mutual Wealth financial planning business rebrands to Quilter

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Nigel Speirs: "Over the past few years, the business has expanded both organically and through strategic acquisitions and today’s rebrand to Quilter Private Client Advisers represents the next step in our journey.”
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Nigel Speirs: "Over the past few years, the business has expanded both organically and through strategic acquisitions and today’s rebrand to Quilter Private Client Advisers represents the next step in our journey.”

Firm advises more than 5,500 households

High net worth financial planning business Old Mutual Wealth Private Client Advisers, which is part of advice giant Intrinsic, has rebranded to Quilter Private Client Advisers, the firm has confirmed.  The rebrand follows the renaming of the financial planning firm's parent company to Quilter after it separated from Old Mutual in June last year and listed on the London and Johannesburg stock exchanges. According to the firm, it has six "regional hubs" - Birmingham, Chester, Cumbria, Dev...

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