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Martin Lindsey Managing Director/ Wealth Manager 02476 388911 07793 986200  
David Hawkins Compliance Director/ Independent Financial Planner 02476 388911 07738 786289  
Mike Bates Independent Financial Planner 02476 388911 07808 711343  
James Inglis Independent Financial Planner 02476 388911 07834 451166  
Tom Sykes Independent Financial Planner 02476 388911  
Emma Lloyd Mortgage and Protection Adviser 02476 388911  
Patrick Oakman Independent Financial Planner 02476 388911  
Natalie Sheahan Operations Director 02476 388911  
Emily Hanmer Personal Assistant & Office Supervisor 02476 388911  
Louise Cottrill Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Sian Greenhill Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Leighton Norton Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Balpreet Bains Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Tanya Johnson Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Maxine Davies Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Tania Wilkes Personal Assistant 02476 388911  
Ginette Ellard Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Curtis Moreton Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Samantha Nixon Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Amie McCann Client Account Executive 02476 388911  
Contact Us
Tel. 02476 388911
Fax. 02476 325778
Principal Address
Manor Court Chambers
Townsend Drive
CV11 6RU
Registered Office
Manor Court Chambers
Townsend Drive
CV11 6RU
SFB Wealth Management Ltd is a Limited Company registered in England & Wales no. 06877344.
SFB Wealth Management Ltd is able to advise in the following areas.
  • Mortgage Advice
  • Life Insurance/Protection
  • Investment Advice
  • Pensions and Retirement Planning
  • Equity Release
  • Corporate Financial Advice
  • Estate Planning

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