The Federation of European International Financial Advisers (FEIFA) has announced it has passed the 60 member level for the first time in its 10 year history.
Feifa represents and supports English-speaking financial advisers across Europe and is a non-profit trade association.
"We are obviously pleased to see that our services are being appreciated and our message heard by an increasing number of companies," FEIFA CEO Paul Stanfield said in a statement.
We are obviously pleased to see that our services are being appreciated and our message heard by an increasing number of companies"
"Whilst the dreaded Brexit situation has had some effect on this growth in recent times, it is clear that other aspects are of even more importance to most of our members," Stanfield added.
"In particular, our professional development and training services are increasingly highly rated by our members. Plus, in an environment of ever-growing regulatory hurdles, our ability to provide guidance and clarification in this area is also very important."
In the last six months alone, 11 firms have joined.
Apart from its membership, Feifa is also affiliated with international life companies and asset managers; as well as pension and trust companies.