Quilter rebrands financial planning business

Quilter rebrands financial planning business

Quilter has rebranded its national financial planning business to Quilter Private Client Advisers.

It follows the rebranding of its parent company from Old Mutual Wealth to Quilter earlier this year.

Quilter Private Client Advisers - formerly known as Old Mutual Wealth Private Client Advisers - was created in 2015 and now has six regional hubs in Devon, Cumbria, Chester, London, Yorkshire and Birmingham.

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Nigel Speirs, managing director of Quilter Private Client Advisers, said: "It has been an incredibly rewarding, busy and exciting few years for our national business since it launched in 2015.

"Over the past few years the business has expanded both organically and through strategic acquisitions and today’s rebrand to Quilter Private Client Advisers represents the next step in our journey.

"Customers are always at the heart of everything we do and we look forward to continuing to give them the best possible outcomes under our new brand."

Quilter Private Client Advisers has said it is responsible for advising more than 5,600 households across the UK and more than a third of its clients have in excess of £1m in personal wealth with the business.

Quilter Private Client Advisers is the second division of the company to rebrand, after the Old Mutual Global Investors single strategy business became Quilter Investors earlier this year.

The rebrand follows the separation of Old Mutual's British wealth management arm from the rest of the group, which saw Quilter float on the London Stock Exchange with a market cap of £2.7bn.