An army officer and a teacher are among a new batch of recruits at Equilibrium Wealth Management, as it continues with ambitious growth plans.
Cheshire-based Equilibrium has taken on nine new recruits. The advice firm achieved a revenue figure of £7 million for its last financial year and now employs 72 staff.
The hires include former teacher Belinda White and Daniel Morgan, a former infantry officer in the British Army. Both have joined as client managers.
Morgan said: ‘As an infantry officer I gained experience in leadership and management, and by completing a degree in theoretical physics I developed excellent analytical and numerical skills. I am looking forward to applying these strengths while studying for the level 4 diploma and in my role as a client manager.’
Rachel Lee, who left the firm in 2015, is also returning to Equilibrium as a client manager.
Managing partner Gaynor Rigby said the past 12 months had been ‘momentous’.
‘We continue to manage clients with expertise, warmth and knowledge. This is reflected in us having landed more than £100 million of new assets under management in 2017,’ she said.
‘We recruit talent for all the right reasons and make them feel welcome when they arrive for their first day.’