We are delighted to announce the addition of Chartered Financial Planner, Tom Buss, to our advisory team, bringing 15 years of planning experience to Finura.
Tom advises Clients from every background, including high-earning professionals looking for advice around tax efficiency, business owners and directors. Through working closely with professional connections, such as Solicitors and Accountants, Tom also assists a number of SMEs with business protection and employee benefits solutions.
Tom says: “I am really excited to join Finura; they are a Chartered firm who year on year pick up awards and professional recognition, including the Gold Standard for Independent Advice in 2019. They have an ambitious management team, who believe in the same things I do; providing Clients with a transparent fee structure, delivering a financial plan not products, and combining human interaction with technology to deliver a fantastic Client experience.”
Nathan Mead-Wellings, Managing Director and Founder of Finura adds: “We are delighted that Tom has chosen Finura for the next phase of his career as we know he had several options. We have shared values and belief in our purpose as financial planners – to make a positive impact on the lives of our Clients. We look forward to supporting Tom and his Clients’ achieve their professional and lifestyle ambitions.”
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