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Nat joined the Financial Services Industry in March 1974 as a manager of a local insurance brokerage after having spent the first 5 years of his working life in the medical field. His next career move took him to becoming an associate of Allied Dunbar Assurance where he became a manager in July 1979.
Nat's achievements within the Financial Services Industry are impressive to say the least. Over the following 16 years his care for other people and his desire to help them realise their full potential took him to the very top of his company's sales management structure where his job as a Senior Group Manager included Recruiting, Training and the Personal development of a team of over 100 Sales Associates and Managers.
Nat launched The Arden Court Group in 1995 with a view to providing Independent Financial Advice to high net worth Individuals and Small & Medium Sized Enterprises. Over 17 years, under Nat's stewardship, The Arden Court Group grew from a small practice to a large regional independent advisory firm. Much of the firm's business was generated from referrals and recommendations made by local Lawyers and Accountancy firms. The Business of The Arden Court Group merged with the AFH Financial Group in 2012. Following the successful client integration, Nat set up a new practice to use his vast experience to provide advice to a personal portfolio of high net worth clients.
Nat continues to provide a high calibre wealth management, lifestyle and lifetime financial cash-flow planning service through his company Corporate Wealth Ltd, as an appointed representative of In-Partnership a trading name of On-Line Partnership which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
For over 45 years Nat has provided a personal financial planning service to a vast portfolio of his own clients both corporate and personal. Nat “Works for”, and provides, a truly Independent advice service to all his clients.
“A wealth of knowledge with a personal approach”