Derby Monetary Planner joins Continuum

Derby-based Chartered Monetary Planner Jamie Lavery has joined nationwide IFA Continuum to take care of the Derbyshire space for the Monetary Planning targeted enterprise.

Mr Lavery has greater than 16 years of expertise in wealth administration.

He has labored carefully with households, enterprise homeowners and professionals to ship holistic Monetary Planning options.

He has an MA in Worldwide Enterprise and Administration in addition to an Superior Diploma in Monetary Planning (APFS).

He mentioned: “Long run planning is essential for everybody’s funds. I’ve been working with lots of my shoppers for 10 years or extra. I’m trying ahead to constructing many extra long run relationships with the help of Continuum.”

He mentioned he tries to construct relationships with shoppers by attending to know one another. “That is essential to construct up belief and to let me correctly perceive the wants and circumstances of the folks I work with.

“Everyone seems to be totally different – everybody has their very own life targets and ambitions. It’s my job to assist them discover the most effective route to achieve them.”

Mr Lavery is the primary of a number of new advisers to hitch the partnership this yr, which now boasts an recommendation group of 63.

Martin Brown, managing associate at Continuum, mentioned: “Our dedication has at all times been to supply shoppers probably the most appropriate options and the very best requirements of recommendation.

“Jamie appreciates the significance of working in shut partnership with shoppers to grasp what’s actually essential, each personally and financially, with a purpose to inform the planning course of and forge lengthy lasting working relationships.”

Continuum reported turnover progress of 12% in 2022 with property below affect rising 7% year-on-year to £1.6bn.

The agency, arrange in 2014, was acquired by fund supervisor and wealth supervisor M&G in August for an undisclosed quantity.

M&G plc agreed to take an preliminary 49.9% stake within the Plymouth-based Monetary Planning targeted firm with an settlement to accumulate the rest over the next two years. The deal is topic to regulatory approval.






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