PROTEA FINANCIAL SERVICES
Jacques and Anthea Pienaar, owners of Protea Financial Services, are passionate about helping people with their Financial Planning needs. They provide honest professional advice and integrity is the cornerstone of their business.
Jacques has been in Financial Services since 1989, and before owning Protea, he worked for a number of well-known companies including Eagle Star, Scottish Amicable, National Mutual and Standard Life. He is also an expert witness in Family Court proceedings and regularly produces Mortgage Capacity Reports for solicitors and their clients to demonstrate capacity to mortgage following divorce.
Other Services include:
• Mortgages, including Buy To Let, Commercial, Bridging and Secured Loans
• Equity Release
• Life/Critical Illness Assurance
• Income Protection
• Retirement planning
• Private Medical Insurance
• Building and Contents Insurance
Jacques is a retired rugby captain and still enjoys playing cricket for East Dean Cricket Club.
Anthea has been a specialist Mortgage and Protection Broker since 2003 having previously worked as a Personal Choice Manager at Lloyds Bank. She enjoys walking on the South Downs with the family and their dog, and practices Yoga whenever she has the time.
Totally unbiased advice, with integrity as the cornerstone of our business.
Jacques is also a family Court expert and regularly provides Mortgage Capacity Reports for use in divorce proceedings.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Protea Financial Services is an appointed representative of Julian Harris Mortgage Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Think carefully before securing debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.
8 Deneside, East Dean, East Sussex, Eastbourne, BN20 0HU
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