Nucleus, the adviser-built wrap, has strengthened its team with the appointment of Natalie Holt as content editor.

Holt joins Nucleus from Money Marketing, the magazine aimed at financial advisers, where she was editor for three years. Prior to this Holt was head of news at Money Marketing and has worked on its sister publication Mortgage Strategy. In 2012 she was named financial trade journalist of the year at the Headlinemoney awards and trade journalist of the year at the Santander Media Awards 2013.

Holt will be responsible for the strategic development of Nucleus’ Illuminate online knowledge centre which aims to help share ideas and insight with advice firms in areas vital to the successful development of their business. Illuminate delivers new learning and development content every day in a variety of formats including video, events, articles and white papers from a wide panel of expert contributors.

Commenting on the appointment, Garry Mcluckie, communications director of Nucleus, said:

‘As Nucleus continues to develop it is more important than ever to make sure we have the right people in place to help sustain the pace of growth we have experienced recently. We continue to be delighted at the quality of new recruits we are bringing into the business and believe Natalie has the perfect blend of skills and experience to make an impact immediately.

‘Natalie is a hugely experienced journalist and editor and we are excited for her to join Nucleus at this stage of our journey. The illuminate platform is growing every day and having just completed another round of illuminate live events it is clear that there is a real appetite from advisers for access to this type of business development support.’

Commenting on her appointment, Natalie Holt said:

‘I am really excited about joining Nucleus and the scope of the role as content editor. Building on my experience at Money Marketing, there is a great opportunity through Illuminate to drive really engaging content for advisers that informs, inspires and helps them in the day to day running of their business and in driving them to be better at what they do’

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