We have been hosting financial planning seminars since 1985, offering an independent view on financial issues that may impact the decisions necessary to achieve your goals, improve your income and protect your family and wealth.
Is attending a seminar valuable to you?
Whether you’re middle aged, approaching retirement or in your later years, getting the most appropriate financial advice to meet your individual circumstances could improve your financial wellbeing for years to come.
The actions you take now can significantly improve your financial wellbeing for years to come. During either presentation, we will provide you with valuable insights and show you further aspects of our unique, award-winning investment management approach, which has led to significant client satisfaction and 97% stating that they would recommend Lowes to friends, relatives or colleagues.
Over 99% of the last 8000 attendees rated their attendance at our seminars as time well spent, which is why spending an hour or so of your time could be invaluable to you.
Both seminars are presented by Managing Director Ian Lowes and are entirely free of charge and without obligation.
A Little More About Your Speaker
Ian Lowes has been the Managing Director of Lowes Financial Management since 2002 after taking over the family business from his father, Ken Lowes, who established the firm in 1971. With over 25 years’ experience in the finance services profession, Ian is a Chartered Financial Planner and is a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society, the highest accolade granted by the CII.
Previously recognised by Professional Adviser as one of the most influential voices in the country, Ian has secured a reputation as a leading authority in financial planning and in particular the structured product sector. As an established figure within the finance sector, Ian has, on a number of occasions, been shortlisted as IFA Personality of the Year and his opinion is regularly sought by finance journalists.Find out more about Ian Lowes »
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