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Towry takes on ex-RBS adviser for Nottingham office
by Jun Merrett on Jan 16, 2013 at 12:29
National advice firm Towry has appointed ex-Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) adviser Victoria Wallace as a wealth adviser for its Nottingham office.
Wallace spent 18 years at RBS, including four as a financial planning manager and nine as a private investment manager.
Wallace, who is level four qualified, said she was excited to be ‘working for such a highly regarded professional firm’.
‘The commitment of Towry and its people to provide impartial advice for its clients is exceptional,’ she said.
In December 2012 Towry announced it had received a £35 million investment from shareholders to embark on growth plans, including hiring individual advisers and acquiring advisory firms.
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