People: Trio of hires for wealth management firm; all change at Nottingham Playhouse

homas Bradford, Amanda Koerner and Callum Cole-Needham
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Future Life Wealth Management has expanded with three new hires.

The Renishaw-based financial planner was founded by Jillian Thomas in 2009 and works with high and ultra-high-net-worth individuals.

The company has employed: apprentice paraplanner, Thomas Bradford; highly experienced financial administrator, Amanda Koerner; and apprentice financial administrator, Callum Cole-Needham.

Future Life Wealth Management’s MD Jillian Thomas said: “This recruitment drive will ensure that our clients always receive the high-level service and results they’ve come to expect.

“We were delighted when Thomas, Amanda and Callum agreed to join Future Life Wealth Management as they all displayed the enthusiasm and professionalism we demand from all colleagues.

“As a company, we remain committed to employing apprentices at every opportunity as we look to ensure that precisely the right employees are in place to ensure our sustained future growth.”

The recruitment drive means that Future Life Wealth Management now has 11 full-time employees.

Amanda Farr

Nottingham Playhouse had announced a new chair of its Board of Trustees.

Bidding a farewell to its chair of six years, Caroline Shutter, the theatre welcomes Amanda Farr who takes up the postion this Autumn.

Meanwhile, the theatre has hired theatre practitioner Octavia Nyombi as chair of its Youth Board.

Shutter joined Nottingham Playhouse Board of Trustees in 2014, becoming its chair in late 2015. A communications and marketing consultant, she ran marketing and business development at locally based company, Bedrock Tax until September this year, having previously been the communications and marketing firector for the East Midlands Development Agency and head of corporate affairs at Nottingham City Council. She has also been on the board of Dance 4 and Ticketing Network East Midlands.

Chief executive of Nottingham Playhouse, Stephanie Sirr, said: “It has been terrific working with Caroline Shutter as chair through some of our most challenging years. We are tremendously grateful for her support. We all look forward to welcoming Amanda as our new chair to help guide Nottingham Playhouse as we enter an exciting new chapter.”

Farr is a practicing partner in Sweeney and Farr mental health consultancy. She was formerly a clinical lead of the NHS county primary care mental health service and is Deputy Lieutenant and former High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire.”

Nyombi is a performer and performance maker from Leicester and Andrew Lloyd-Webber & Curve Theatre acting graduate. She is a graduate from De Montfort University with a First Class Degree in Drama and currently runs her own theatre company ‘Category Peach’.