Barnett Waddingham hires investment adviser

HiredThe private client arm of Barnett Waddingham, which claims to be the UK's largest firm of actuaries, has hired Neil Dainton as an investment adviser. After working as a broker consultant, Dainton became an independent financial adviser for a high street bank and as a sole practitioner. He has worked in financial services for 23 years. Barnett Waddingham employs more than 500 staff in seven offices in the UK, including 100 actuaries. “Neil is a strong addition to our investment advisory team,” said Andrew Twells, head of Barnett Waddingham Investments. “His extensive experience and industry knowledge will allow us to continue to expand our client base and the range of services available.” ©2012 funds europe

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