Newry financial adviser rated in top 200

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Friday, November 1st, 2013
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Local Certified Financial Planner, David Crozier, has been voted as one of the top 200 Rated Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs) in the UK by his clients. Crozier, based in Newry, founded Navigator Financial Planning in 2004 and his achievement will be announced in The Times on Saturday 19th October. Speaking to Newry Times, Crozier stated, “There are over 20,000 Independent Financial Advisers in the UK so I’m delighted to be in the Top 200. What makes it even more special is that I’ve been selected thanks to my clients. “It means a lot that they’ve gone out of their way to support me and I’d like to thank them all. I’m passionate about financial planning. “While talking about how to look after one’s money may not sound like everyone’s chosen topic of dinner table conversation, the growing savings gap means that more and more people need our service, which is to make sure that people have enough money to meet their objectives and their obligations.” Crozier was selected as a result of local clients reviewing and rating his services on consumer ratings website The site, which enables people looking for financial advice to find a recommended IFA, works like TripAdvisor. You can search for an adviser free of charge based on location and services provided. Advisers are then listed based on client reviews giving those seeking advice confidence that the adviser can be trusted.
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