December 14th, 2016
Team development success continues
The Prosser Knowles team recently received more good news when two of our team members completed their respective courses.
Jonathan Bissett, who joined the firm in September 2015 as a Trainee Financial Planning Consultant, passed his Diploma in Financial Advice (DipFA) meaning he is now a fully qualified Financial Planning Consultant. Jon is the first ever member of the Prosser Knowles team to join and immediately start studying for his Diploma and it is a credit to him, that with his hard work and dedication, he passed in such a short space of time. He is now continuing with his studies by sitting the Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice (CeMAP) course, which he hopes to complete early in the New Year.
Marnie Burke also joined Prosser Knowles in September 2015 as an apprentice in the Client Services Team department whilst studying Business and Admin at College and we were very pleased to welcome her as a permanent member of the team when she completed her course. Marnie is a valued colleague with a bubbly personality and she is a delight to be around, making us all laugh regularly. She has registered in the last few weeks to start studying for her first Financial Services qualification, CeMAP, and we look forward to watching her to continue to grow and develop.
Prosser Knowles Associates Limited actively encourage and support all team members to complete industry specific examinations to better their knowledge and therefore provide our clients with the best service possible.
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Written by: Kay Crooke – Practice Manager, Prosser Knowles Associates Limited
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