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New Independent Financial Adviser

Allen Tomas & Co would like to say a huge welcome to Kevin Banks-Dunnell for joining us as an Independent Financial Adviser.
New adviser at Allen Tomas & Co Financial, Kevin Banks-Dunnell

On leaving school, Kevin spent 4 years training and working as a chef. He joined the financial services industry in 1991 and has now completed 26 years as a financial adviser. He has worked for large financial institutions and as a result has built a strong client following through holistic financial advice. His experience has helped him specialise in Inheritance Tax & Investments. Kevin believes that this knowledge plus his personal and professional service have been key in building and maintaining long lasting and successful relationships.

Kevin is a keen golfer and has been a member of Royal Cromer Golf Club for over 20 years, he also plays lead guitar in a local band.

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