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Ex-Openwork director launches advice firm

Former Openwork director Martin Brown has launched a new advice firm with 17 advisers.

Ex-Openwork director launches advice firm

Former Openwork director Martin Brown has launched a new advice firm called Continuum.

Brown was Openwork's executive director of business acquisition but left the company in November 2013 after 13 months in the role. He left the company to launch Continuum which currently has 17 advisers.

Brown was also previously a recruitment director at Positive Solutions before joining Openwork.

The firm, which is an appointed representive of network Caerus Capital, will have a face-to-face service for clients as well as a direct-to-consumer proposition.

Brown, managing partner and founder of Continuum, said the firm will deliver measured advice but also cater to the growing demand for technology-based services.

‘Most importantly, I see this as a collection of like-minded businesses and individuals coming together with a clear shared vision of what financial advice should look like in the 21st century.  Every part of the operation is aligned to service delivery, and we will pursue this relentlessly in all that we do,' he said.

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