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Equilibrium adds raft of new starters to its workforce

(L-R) Nadia Ashraf, Sam Richards, Jon Yarker and David Quesnel

 Equilibrium has set its sights on a buoyant 2018 after hiring nine new members of staff.

The award-winning Chartered wealth management company has appointed client managers Sam Patterson, Rosie Bailey and Belinda White.

Nadia Ashraf has also joined the ranks as financial controller while Jon Yarker and Sam Richards have joined the Wilmslow headquartered firm as marketing executives.

David Quesnel, Ben Harrison and Nick Champ join Equilibrium as trainee management accountant and trainee client managers respectively.

It comes after Equilibrium recently announced that turnover broke through the £7 million barrier – with the company landing more than £100m of new assets under management in 2017.

Debbie Jukes, partner and head of client care at Equilibrium, said: “As the business grows, our team grows with it. This quarter we have seen nine new employees join Equilibrium across different areas of the business.

“2017 has been a particularly strong year, with the company crowned fifth best small company to work for by The Sunday Times and now managing over £700m of assets for over 950 families. To add to the list, even more recently we have been shortlisted for Employer of the Year at the Greater Manchester Business Awards 2018”

Equilibrium also has a Chester office, employs 68 staff and company specialises in all areas of wealth management, investment, pensions, tax planning and estate planning.