Natasha Kirk qualifies as Mortgage & Protection Adviser

Blog // August 2, 2017

A graduate of the University of Hull, Natasha Kirk has been promoted from administrator to adviser following her recent qualification in Mortgage and Protection at The Insurance Partnership Financial Services Ltd (TIPFS).

This qualification is the first in a number of stages to progress on to the full Diploma in Financial Services enabling Natasha to advise clients on all aspects of their finances.

Having joined TIPFS in September 2015, Natasha’s ambition to climb the career ladder has been fully supported by the company. She says:

“I came to TIPFS as an administrator with the view to training as a Financial Adviser. Financial services exams are notoriously challenging but the team has guided me through choosing the right exams and creating a plan for progression, time to study, shadowing opportunities, general guidance and encouragement, plus the wealth of knowledge amongst the advisers at TIPFS is priceless to me.”

Natasha is now advising her own client base and understands the importance of getting out and about to meet people. She says:

“There’s a variety of networking opportunities in Hull and its great that so many people want to support each other in helping to generate new business. I really enjoy meeting people and get a great deal of satisfaction from being able to help them get a great deal on their mortgage.”

Paul Newman, director of The Insurance Partnership Financial Services says:

“It’s great to see graduates coming into our business with ambition and as a successful local business, it is our pleasure to provide the opportunity for young people to progress. Natasha came to us with enthusiasm from the start, we are really pleased that she has qualified as Mortgage and Protection Adviser and we will continue to support her to the full.”

Photo Nigel Goodinson Pension & Autoenrolment adviser

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