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Spicerhaart offers starting positions to New Leaf mortgage advisers

Spicerhaart Financial Services has unveiled a partnership with training providers, New Leaf Group, to offer job opportunities to newly-trained advisers.

Steve Cox, operations director of Spicerhaart Financial Services, says: “We are delighted to have teamed up with New Leaf and the deal will assist with our drive to expand the number of advisers at Spicerhaart Financial Services.

“We see this as an excellent opportunity to meet our expansion targets as well as providing a solid career path for newly qualified mortgage advisers.”

Mark Hobbs, chief executive officer of New Leaf Group, says: “This partnership offers another opportunity for our clients to obtain relevant qualifications within a structured career path.

“Not all of our candidates are looking to build their own financial services practice and through our association with Spicerhaart we are able to offer the prospect of employment within an estate agency based financial services environment.”

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