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 list of our colleagues together with their contact telephone number. For further contact details please see our "Contact Us" page.


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Garry Robinson Cert PFS, Practice Principal / Financial Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07813 830264, Email. garry.elitefinancialgmail.com
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Lyn Kehoe, PA to Garry Robinson
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Email. EFPCaol.com
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Andrew Rourke Dip PFS, Financial Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1962, Mobile. 07794 343662, Email. andrewrourke2000yahoo.co.uk
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Stuart Kelly, Mortgage & Protection Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07932 163370, Email. stuart-kellytiscali.co.uk
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Rob Brindle, Mortgage & Protection Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07971 458422, Email. rob.brindlentlworld.com
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Kevin Best, Mortgage & Protection Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07791 886694, Email. kevin.elitefinancialgmail.com
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Geoff McNish, Mortgage & Protection Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07802 380712, Email. geoff.elitefinancialgmail.com
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Ged Potts, Mortgage & Protection Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07921 550 708, Email. ged.elitefinancialgmail.com
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Matthew Dawson, Mortgage & Protection Adviser
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07929 802689, Email. mjdawson30aol.com
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Sue Goddard, Business Development Manager
Tel. 0345 257 1692, Mobile. 07968 993486, Email. suegoddard.elitefinancialgmail.com

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