On Sunday 10th April the Sunday Times published their first supplement listing the Top 250 IFAs in the UK based on reviews on the independent consumer ratings website VouchedFor.co.uk. We are proud, but not at all surprised, to say that Andrew Pereira, Quadrant’s Managing Director, was featured once again.
To be included, Andrew was highly recommended by 24 of his clients. All had rated his services over 4 stars out of 5, which is a fantastic achievement. We’d like to thank all of the clients who took the time to share their positive feedback on VouchedFor.co.uk.
Andrew commented: “I’m thrilled and honoured to be featured by VouchedFor in the Sunday Times for the third consecutive year. I am so proud to be part of a great team of people who are all passionate about delivering an outstanding client experience. This accolade proves, once again, that Quadrant Group is delivering on its mission to take the worry out of managing our clients’ wealth and encouraging them to enjoy a life well lived.”
Adam Price, Founder of VouchedFor.co.uk, commented: “At VouchedFor we’re passionate about helping people find great financial and legal advice. At certain points in life the majority of us would benefit from expert help with complex issues such as pension planning, securing a mortgage or for advice on a legal issue. Listing professionals alongside verified reviews from their existing clients makes it easy to find a respected and trusted expert like Andrew to help. We would like to congratulate Andrew on being one of the Top 250 — it’s a great endorsement of the service Andrew provides.”
You can see all of Andrew’s reviews by visiting this page on the VouchedFor website.
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