Chris Peters

Independent Financial Adviser

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Get to know Chris

I’ve been working in financial services for over 10 years. The reason I love my job is because it gives me the honour of delivering empowered lifestyle financial planning. I help clients to identify, achieve, and maintain their desired lifestyle – whatever happens – without running out of money or time.

My experience and speciality is working with clients who need a roadmap for their retirement and, calling on my previous business experience, helping SMEs with business financial planning.

The reason I became a financial adviser is simply because I’m passionate about making a difference to my clients’ lives by providing financial security and peace of mind. That may be once-in-a-lifetime holidays or spending quality time with loved ones through early retirement.

This gives me a special privilege to help clients enjoy their hard-earned money and achieve a financial balance between present and future needs. This is why the numbers are so important behind every personal goal. Life is not a rehearsal.

Outside of work

I enjoy playing five-a-side football, going to workout classes, consuming information on general business, artificial intelligence, personal development, walking my dog, and spending time with my family.

What do you love about Flying Colours?
Flying Colours epitomises how financial planning should be done properly: through methodical lifestyle financial planning. We operate in a collaborative and supportive environment, which ultimately puts the clients at the heart of everything we do.
Absolute loves
This has to be our family day out on Sundays, when we all take some time out to be together, especially in the summer when this usually ends up being a beach day.
Pet hates
People that complain too much, or those who are wilfully ignorant and don’t take responsibility for their actions and how this can negatively impact others.

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