Company Overview of Intrinsic Financial Services Limited
Intrinsic Financial Services Limited offers financial advisory services to individual and businesses in the United Kingdom. It offers advice in the areas of finance, such as savings and investment, planning for retirement, estate and trust planning, owning own home, and protection against risk. The company offers its services through members of its financial adviser network. Intrinsic Financial Services Limited was formerly known as Clearhurst Limited and changed its name to Intrinsic Financial Services Limited in November 2005. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Swindon, United Kingdom.
Swindon, SN1 5AH
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Intrinsic Financial Services Limited
Governance and Legal Director
Group Protection Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Intrinsic Financial Services Limited Key Developments
Intrinsic Announces Executive Changes
Nov 12 15
Intrinsic announced that its chief executive Richard Freeman will step down from his role in 2017 and be replaced by the network's current managing director. Richard Freeman will continue to work for the network's parent company Old Mutual Wealth and oversee the network's transition to new leadership. He will be replaced in the role by Andy Thompson, Intrinsic managing director. He was previously distribution director at the network. The company has also appointed Gregor Stewart to its board as a non-executive. He replaced George Mitchell, who retired in July 2015. Stewart is also a non-executive on the board of Alliance Trust. He has previously had roles at Lloyds Banking Group and Ernst & Young.
Intrinsic In Talks To Acquire FAS
Oct 2 15
Intrinsic Financial Services Limited is in advanced talks with Sesame Bankhall Group Limited to acquire The Financial Adviser School Ltd (FAS).
Sesame Reportedly Is In Talks Regarding ARs
Apr 1 15
Money Marketing understands there are two or three firms that Sesame Bankhall Group Limited (SBG) is talking to about taking on ARs, but Intrinsic Financial Services Limited is thought to be the frontrunner. Should a deal be agreed with Intrinsic, it would mean a return to Old Mutual plc (LSE:OML) owning the business it sold in 2009. Openwork Limited and St. James's Place plc (LSE:STJ) have ruled themselves out of the running. Tenet Group Limited has also declined to comment on whether it is involved in the talks, reported Money Marketing. But TenetConnect Limited and Tenetselect Ltd Managing Director Mike O'Brien is keen to stress SBG's move to shut down the investment network should not be perceived as a death knell for the rest of the network industry. Sesame and Old Mutual declined to comment, reproted Money Marketing.
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