To achieve DipPFS individuals must achieve 140 credits. At least 80 credits must be at Diploma or AFPC level.
With over 18 years in the Financial Services industry, Carl was also employed by Lloyds Banking Group for 17 years, providing an ongoing Relationship Service to a bank of over 300 clients. Carl believes that building relationships with clients and providing an ongoing service has helped him become a trusted adviser and has resulted in many clients happily referring their friends and family.
Flying Colours, is a national company and have advisers across the UK. We believe we can improve the returns of the average UK investor, through attacking the hidden costs and the benefit of personalised independent financial advice.
We build long term, trusted relationships with our clients, working to a plan for their future, with ongoing support and updates for changing circumstances gives our clients peace of mind that their money is being made to work for them.
We are independent financial advisers, being independent ensures that we can advise our clients on the best and most appropriate products and services available in the market place.
If you would like a free consultation with one of our advisers, and to find out what makes us different, please do get in touch. We're looking forward to your call.
At Flying Colours, we provide a comprehensive financial planning, we advise and specialise in the following;
• ISAs and investments
• Pensions and annuities
• Pension transfers (including Defined Benefit)
• Life and ill health insurance
• Long term care
• Estate and inheritance tax planning
• Tax advice
Whether you're planning for retirement, trying to build an effective investment strategy, or are keen to reduce your tax bill, our professional and friendly independent financial advisers can help you.
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