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New advisory service named

Standard Life evokes heritage in 1825 business

Screenshot 2015-07-13 14.30.12Standard Life has decided to name its new financial planning business 1825 – the year the company was established.

After aquiring Pearson Jones in February the company announced it would build a wholly-owned financial planning business.

This is in response to the “fundamental changes” that it says are driving unprecedented demand for advice from customers.

Steve Murray (pictured), 1825 chief executive, said: “It’s never been more complex for people to save, retire and plan for the future. At the same time, there is a capacity crunch in the UK advice market, with many people unable to access the advice they want.”

The business has offices in Edinburgh, Leeds, Sheffield, Bishop Auckland and Reading.

 1825 Standard Life

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