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C. Hoare & Co gains corporate chartered status

C. Hoare & Co gains corporate chartered status

C. Hoare & Co has attained corporate financial planner status from the Chartered Institute of Insurance (CII).

The majority of the private bank’s advisers are chartered on an individual level and the company was able to demonstrate it had sufficient commitment to continuing professional development and complied with the CII’s code of ethics.

Roger Clark, head of wealth solutions at C. Hoare & Co, said: ‘Although C. Hoare & Co. has a long history, we pride ourselves on always seeking to improve the service we offer. Our financial planners are an integral part of our award winning wealth management service and we are very proud to have attained the industry’s gold standard in this area.’

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