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equilibrium asset management new starters february 2018

Equilibrium is continuing its ambitious growth plans following a raft of new hires and another employer of the year award win.

The wealth management company’s headcount is now 72 and comes after Equilibrium became a £7 million turnover outfit at the end of its last fiscal year in 2017.

Equilibrium landed ‘Employer of the Year’ at Friday’s Greater Manchester Business Awards in Manchester city centre and has announced new recruits including former infantry officer in the British Army Daniel Morgan, Rachel Lee, who has returned to Equilibrium having left the company in 2015, and ex-teacher turned Client Manager Belinda White.

Six other new employees who have joined the Wilmslow-based company are Client Manager Jonathon Molloy, Australian Jason Mountford, who has spent 10 years in the financial industry, experienced financial adviser Rachael Settle, Wildlife Biology graduate Josie Corfield, Michelle Manley who has joined full time after project managing the recent fund launch and Administrator Deborah Start.

With Equilibrium named as the fifth best small company to work for by The Sunday Times in 2017 Managing Partner Gaynor Rigby said: “Last year was a momentous one for Equilibrium and our long list of clients. We continue to manage clients with expertise, warmth and knowledge which we know is reflected in us having landed more than £100m of new assets under management in 2017.

“It’s no secret that we recruit talent for all the right reasons and also make them feel welcome when they arrive for their first day.

“Among the many benefits of working at Equilibrium are 33 days holiday plus bank holidays and the fact we provide breakfast every working day for all 72 members of staff. This along with other policies and initiatives is the reason we continue to be recognised for being a great employer. Winning Employer of the Year at Friday’s Greater Manchester Business Awards was another brilliant achievement for Equilibrium.”