Mark Williams, IMC


Mark joined Swindells Financial Planning in 2015, bringing with him a strong background in Investment Management and Operations.  With the experience he gained through working for a leading Pensions & Investment Management firm, along with the UK’s leading investment platform, Mark has a solid all round knowledge of financial planning strategies, products, compliance and regulation.

Mark provides invaluable back office support to Duncan & Jonathan from his office in Chelmsford, Essex, ensuring a seamless journey for our client’s from before our first meeting through to those all important regular reviews of your financial plan.

 

Contact Mark

 Telephone 01245 905 117

Email markw@swindellsfp.co.uk




Testimonials


I want to thank you for your time, input and advice over the years over my pension and retirement.  I enjoyed working with you and would not hesitate to recommend you and your services.


Bill Swan, Ontario, Canada





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