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Citywire’s main cover feature on Pacific IFA

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Video Interview: Mark Pentelow talks about DFM's

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What’s the best thing about using Elevate? – interview with Stephen Davis by AXA

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Establishing professional connections – City Wire video interview with Mark Pentelow

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Outsourcing Investment: Why Pacific IFA uses Brewin Dolphin

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Pacific IFA embarks on recruitment drive to triple staff numbers

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Structured products: Advisers claim complexity remains despite RDR rules

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Client attitude to risk and capacity for loss

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How will the big financial advice shake-up affect you - and what will it cost?

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Pacific win IFA of the month award

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