Our People

Our people are very important to us, as is making certain we provide you with the best possible professional financial advice. Below is a short biography for each of our colleagues together with their contact telephone number. For further contact details please see our "Contact Us" page.


Andrew Noone
Andrew Noone, Financial Planner
Tel. 07568 514774
Email. andrewassuredfinancial.co.uk
Andy has been in the financial services industry since 1985.

Andy holds the industry recognised Level 4 Diploma professional qualification, achieved through the Chartered Insurance Institute.

Andy can provide bespoke, tailored and specific financial advice to both mortgage clients and clients looking to build wealth towards their future including retirement.

Andy will focus on promoting and developing lifelong relationships with clients built on mutual trust and understanding, which helps clients secure a financial.
Peter Willacy
Peter Willacy, Mortgage Adviser
Tel. 07912 090120
Email. peterassuredfinancial.co.uk
Peter has been in the financial sevices industry since 2005.

Peter holds the industry recognised professional qualification, CeMAP, achieved through the Institute of Financial Services.

Peter can provide tailored financial advice to mortgage clients looking to make a home purchase, borrow additional funds or get a better mortgage deal.

Peter will look to build lifelong relationships with clients built on mutual trust and understanding and help look after your home finance needs for years to come.
Dean Tyrrell
Dean Tyrrell, Director
Tel. 07595 845713
Email. deanassuredfinancial.co.uk
Dean has been in the financial services industry since 1988.
Dean holds the industry recognised Financial Planning Certificate and CeMAP qualifications.

Dean has owned the business for over 10 years now and has built the business reputation on a philosophy of high integrity and providing an exceptional service to clients.

Dean aims to ensure that the business can provide tailored and relevant financial solutions to you, your business and your family, both now and in the future.

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