25 November 2020
The Quilter Financial Adviser School (QFAS) is pleased to announce it has appointed Julian Hince as its head of training.
The newly created role has responsibility for the school’s six trainers and reports into the director of acquisitions and recruitment Scott Stevens.
Julian has spent the past 27 years within the asset management sector during which he has performed a number of senior roles with groups including Invesco and Blackrock.
For the past 8 years he has been the technical development director at M&G Investments, where he was responsible for the creation of some of their award winning training courses.
He is also an accredited financial planning trainer with the Chartered Insurance Institute.
QFAS currently has 168 students studying with the school, which includes its first cohort of graduates from the recently launched Fast Track programme.
Quilter Financial Planning’s director for acquisitions and recruitment, Scott Stevens says:
“This senior hire recognises the significant role our Financial Adviser School plays in helping to populate our industry with more quality financial advisers. Providing trusted and accessible financial advice is at the centre of our business and it is imperative we have the very best minds shaping the training of future advisers. Julian brings with him a wealth of experience and a track record of innovation and we are very pleased to welcome him to the Quilter group.”
Julian Hince adds:
“I am really excited to take on this next challenge with the Quilter Financial Adviser School. I look forward to being able to continue the great work that the school has been doing over the past few years.”
For more information contact
Kathleen GallagherExternal Communications Manager
Alex BerryExternal Communications Executive
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