Welcoming a new Client Support Officer to Active

We are so pleased to welcome Chloe Willmott to the Active team!

Chloe, from Middlesbrough recently graduated from Teesside University with a First Class Honours Degree (in Sports Therapy).  Prior to this, Teessider Chloe gained 3 A Levels at Prior Pursglove College in Guisborough.

This is 22 year old Chloe’s first role in Financial Services, having previously been employed by Stockton based charity, Daisychain as an Outreach Worker.

Chloe joins Active’s established team of Client Support Officers, and will be working alongside a number of our Financial Planners to support them and their clients behind the scenes at Active.

Chloe is already proving to be a very fast learner and will soon be commencing study for her first Financial qualification.

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