Fortnum’s Phil Little takes planner coaching role

Phil Little fortnum private wealth Slipstream Coaching

29 January 2018
| By Mike |
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Former Fortnum Private Wealth business growth manager, Phil Little has been recruited to specialist financial services coaching business, Slipstream Coaching.

Slipstream announced Little’s recruitment today, noting that he had come aboard at a time when the company was actively seeking to increase the financial planning side of its business.

Commenting on Little’s recruitment, Slipstream Coaching director, Scott Charlton said it supported the company’s ongoing commitment to assisting accounting and financial planning firms achieve their full potential.

Little has over 30 years of experience in financial services, including managing director roles at Henry Financial Group and Synergy Financial Service.

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