Independent financial advisory firm Chase de Vere has completed the recruitment of a specialist team of seven business development consultants to work exclusively with medical professionals.
The seven consultants, five of whom have joined Chase de Vere from Wesleyan, will work in hospitals and GP practices around the UK, developing relationships and providing tailored briefings and seminars. They will work hand-in-hand with Chase de Vere’s independent financial advisers.
The new recruits and the respective Chase de Vere offices they will work from are: Claudine Bell, London office: Jane Strode-Gibbons, Basingstoke office; Megg Irvine, Bath and Cardiff offices; Jonathan Darbinson, Birmingham office; Carly Millan, Glasgow office; Toby Wilkinson, Leeds and Chester offices; Louise Gillett, Manchester and Tyne & Wear offices.
The consultant team will be managed by Caroline Waters. She also joined Chase de Vere from Wesleyan, where she was Head of Field Marketing and managed the business development consultant team.
Chase de Vere has been offering a specialist independent financial advisory service to the medical profession, in partnership with the British Medical Association (BMA), since September 2005. They are the only financial adviser firm recommended by the BMA and have provided advice to over 11,000 of their members.
The Company has a specialist team of 60 advisers who work exclusively with BMA members. These advisers are equipped to provide expert financial advice as they have a deep understanding of the medical profession, their career paths and the NHS Pension Scheme.
Stephen Kavanagh, Chief Executive, Chase de Vere, says: “These appointments underline our position as the number one financial advice firm for the medical profession. The combination of having a large team of specialist advisers, combined with our independent advice proposition which is endorsed by the British Medical Association, provides a market-leading solution. With Caroline and her team members having joined us, our financial advice services will soon be available to even more medical professionals.”