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Stellar Asset Management adds four to Business Development Team


Stellar Asset Management, an inheritance tax mitigation and estate planning specialist, has expanded its Business Development (BD) team with four new hires.

As part of this expansion, Stellar has further strengthened its regional presence following its Liverpool office opening in 2020. This next phase of expansions sees the creation of regional hubs, with Regional Account Managers who have been appointed to provide localised account management support, with local marketing and events for the financial adviser community. The new team members will cover the North of England, South of England, as well as Central regions.
The four new arrivals in the Business Development team are:

Sean Burrows who joins Stellar as Regional Account Manager – South of England from Blackfinch Group where he was a Business Development Manager

Lauren Stanley who joins Stellar as Regional Account Manager – North of England from Frenkel Topping where she was a Group Business Development Manager

Simon Warr who joins Stellar as Regional Account Manager – Central England from Embark Group where he was a Senior Business Account Manager

James Seagar who also joins Stellar as Business Development Associate
Led by Chief Operating Officer Daryl Hine, the new arrivals join long-standing BD team member Tom Hind.
Daryl Hine, Operations Director of Stellar, says: “I am excited to welcome our new Business Development colleagues to the Stellar team, as part of our Regional development plans. We are always looking to enhance our offering and by strategically locating our new Business Development colleagues, they are well placed to help bring together the financial community in their regions and support financial advisers with their investor clients.”
Jonathan Gain, Chief Executive of Stellar, says: “I am delighted to welcome our new Business Development colleagues to the Stellar team. Stellar is well known in the financial adviser community for its experience and track record in developing and managing successful inheritance tax mitigation services, so our new Regional Account Managers will be bringing this expertise to advisers in whichever part of the country they are based.”

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