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Tilney expands telephone advice team

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Financial planning and investment management group Tilney has hired Graham Murphy and James Reekie as associate advisers.

Both will join the team in the Edinburgh office and will join the company’s telephone advice service, offering dedicated advice to clients across the region.
 
Murphy has had a long career in the financial services industry, holding a number of roles, including 10 years as a financial adviser at Bank of Scotland Bancassurance. Most recently he has worked for Natwest Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland as a client portfolio executive and a file review manager respectively.
 
Reekie joins from Royal London intermediary where he spent nearly four years in a number of roles, including pensions business support consultant. Most recently, he spent nearly three years as a telephone account manager.
 
Steven Sprague, head of the Tilney Telephone Advice Service, says: “Providing specialist advice to clients over the telephone is a very important part of our business and tailors specifically to those clients who do not require ongoing face-to-face service. I am delighted to welcome these two talented individuals to our team.”
 
“Tilney is proud to be one of the few UK-wide wealth management firms to have offices in the three largest cities in Scotland, and we are deeply committed to growing our presence in each of these, and these two new hires are testament to this.”

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