Rowley Turton shortlisted at national awards for three years running
7th August 2020
Leicester based Chartered Financial Planners, Rowley Turton, have been recognised as one of the UK’s best financial advisers by being shortlisted for ‘Financial Adviser Award: Small to Medium Firm of the Year’ in the MoneyAge Awards 2020.
The 2020 MoneyAge Awards are now in their 5th year and celebrate the excellence, innovation, and professionalism in the ever-expanding and innovative personal finance space.
Honouring those personal finance firms that have proved themselves ahead of the game in the field of consumer finance with their product provision, innovation, focus on value, and customer service.
This is the third year running that Rowley Turton have been shortlisted for this prestigious national award. Their category is for financial advisers which have demonstrated a successful service offering, show a true understanding of the advice market and put the client at the heart of everything it does.
The winners will be decided by an independent panel of highly experienced judges spanning the various fields of personal finance and the winners will be announced at a celebratory gala dinner on Thursday 8th October 2019 at the Waldorf Hilton, London.
Rowley Turton director Scott Gallacher said:
“We’re delighted to again have been shortlisted for this prestigious national award. It’s a testament to the quality of financial advice that we provide to our clients”
It has been an exciting year for Rowley Turton, who are entering their 25th year of advising clients, as they recently completed a move into their new Bramcote House office. Gallacher believes that despite the natural concerns about the current Coronavirus situation it was important to be looking to the future and the new larger office will allow them to continue to expand and take on more clients.
Rowley Turton is focussed on providing high-quality planning and wealth management for those planning for retirement, those already enjoying their retirement, and those sadly recently bereaved. Their financial advice covers a wide range of financial matters including investments, savings, pensions, retirement, protection, and long-term care, but most importantly Rowley Turton bring all these advice areas together for clients within their own personalised financial plan. More information about the firm, its directors and services can be found on their site at www.rowleyturton.com