March 16th, 2016

Changing of the guard!

As one enters another one leaves is what they always say. Well, I’m not sure who ‘they’ are but it’s certainly true in Prosser Knowles’ case.  As John Currill retires, we welcome Nick Broughton to the Board of Directors and both he and Dale Gough as Shareholders of the firm.

Nick Broughton joined Prosser Knowles as a Financial Planning Consultant in September 2009, having worked in the industry since 2003, and has been a valuable member of the team ever since.  He is authorised to advise in all areas of financial planning including Mortgages, Lifetime Mortgages, Investments and Pensions. His specialist area is Trust, Estate and Inheritance Tax Planning having a high degree of technical knowledge in this area.

Dale Gough joined Prosser Knowles in September 2006 as a member of the Client Services Team and worked his way up to become a Financial Planning Consultant.  Dale is a testament to the company’s development process, proving that our system of developing from within and encouraging all members of the team to develop their skills and undertake industry specific exams, works.  Dale is authorised to advise in all areas of financial planning including Mortgages, Lifetime Mortgages, Protection, Investments and Pensions.

With such changes to the internal management of the company, the team have been preparing for many, many months to ensure we continue to provide the best service possible to our clients.   It is with sadness that we watch John Currill retire but with eagerness that we see Nick Broughton become a Director and Shareholder and Dale Gough become a shareholder too.

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Written by: Kay Crooke – Practice Manager, Prosser Knowles Associates Limited

Prosser Knowles Associates Limited is Authorised & Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount invested. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Taxation and Trusts. The information in this document does not constitute advice or a recommendation for any product and you should not make any decisions on the basis of it.  Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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