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Chase de Vere Medical partners with The Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management

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Andrea Sproates

Chase de Vere Medical, which has offices in Manchester and Preston and provides independent financial advice to the medical profession, is delighted to announce a partnership with the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM).

FMLM was established by all the medical royal colleges and faculties in 2011. It is an independent charity and the UK professional home for medical leadership, with the primary objective of raising the standard of patient care by supporting doctors and healthcare organisations to improve medical leadership. Its 2,200 members and fellows are a combination of senior medical leaders, consultants, doctors, trainees and students.

With the new partnership, FMLM members will be able to benefit from expert independent financial advice from Chase de Vere Medical on the NHS Pension Scheme, retirement strategies, investment services, financial protection and estate planning. They will also have access to a wealth of articles, guides and events on these subjects, which are specifically designed for medical professionals.

Andrea Sproates, Head of Chase de Vere Medical, said: “Our partnership with FMLM is a great fit. We have 65 independent financial advisers based around the UK who specialise in providing financial advice to the medical profession, and we are committed to providing their members with informative events and access to information to ensure they make the most of the pension and other benefits provided by their employer and of their wider personal finances.”

Peter Lees, Chief Executive and Medical Director of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, said: “We are pleased to introduce Chase de Vere Medical to our members. As industry experts, we believe their independent, specialist financial advice and planning will be a major benefit for our members, wherever they are in their medical career, and will provide valuable support those with questions or concerns around the NHS Pension Scheme.”