Natalie Jhingoree-Smith & Chris Cotterill

Wesleyan Financial Services

Joining Wesleyan in 2005, Natalie is a Financial Consultant with a wealth of experience in offering personal financial advice to legal professionals and their families. In addition, Natalie also spends time in law firms, offering guidance on business and continuity planning.

With over 14 years’ experience in the insurance industry, Chris has advised on Insurance and Risk Management solutions for professionals. He believes in providing a personal service to his clients in order to provide bespoke solutions. Additionally, Chris can also provide risk management reviews for firms and staff awareness seminars on the growing threats of cyber and fraud attacks.

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Specialist Financial Planning for Legal Professionals & Law Firms

This seminar will focus on the value of effective financial planning for key milestones in you and your family’s life - from buying a home and providing for your family through to retirement planning and beyond. In addition, hear from Chris Cotterill, an insurance specialist with Wesleyan, who will be providing advice and guidance on succession and continuity planning, cash flow management and professional indemnity insurance.

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