Joe Carey

Dip PFS

Independent Financial Adviser

Joe Carey

Career Profile

Joe joined Active in March 2015 as a Trainee Paraplanner, gaining his Diploma and becoming a qualified Independent Financial Adviser in Summer 2016.

Previous to Active, Joe worked for a year with the Kensington Friendly Society and at Carey’s in Middlesbrough.

Key Services

Joe advises on all aspects of financial planning, including pensions and investments.  Client focused Joe works hard to build those long term relationships that Active is known for.

Having spent time in Active’s paraplanning team before becoming a full time adviser, Joe has exceptional knowledge of the range of products available to clients.

Joe is currently studying towards the chartered qualification with the CII (Chartered Insurance Institute).

Qualifications

-Pension and Retirement Planning (R04, 2016)

-Investment Principles and Risk (R02, 2015)

-Financial Protection (R05, 2014)

-Personal Taxation (R03, 2014)

-Mortgage Advice (CF6, 2014)

-Cert CII (CMP, 2014)

-Financial Services, Regulation & Ethics (R01, 2013)

Testimonials

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“Having been a client of Active for many many years and have always been given great advice and direction. I am now looked after by Andrew. He has given excellent advice and service, continuing on the great work this company has always offered me. Always cheerful and helpful; a great asset to Active. I have no problem recommending him to other people.

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