Mark Dobing

APFS

Chartered Financial Planner

Mark Dobing

Career Profile

Mark began his career in financial services in 1993 at Albany Life (now Canada Life). He joined the Co-operative Bank in 1998 where he became a fully qualified independent financial adviser. Following a brief spell at Yorkshire Bank, Mark joined the team at Active Chartered Financial Planners in 2005.

Key Services

Mark advises customers across the full spectrum of financial services, priding himself on his broad range of knowledge and flexible approach.
Highly experienced in both private and corporate financial planning, Mark has years of experience in helping private client and business owners to achieve their long term financial goals.
Mark has clients throughout the UK, but they are predominantly based in Teesside and the surrounding areas.
“Mark had to work with a difficult set of circumstances and despite a setback with the first mortgage offer helped us find a better one, couldn’t ask for more”

Qualifications

– Advanced Financial Planning Certificate (AFPC, 2001)

– Certificate in Mortgage Advice (CeMAP, 2005)

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