Gary has worked in finance since leaving school and being told to get a ‘proper job’ in banking. From banking, Gary progressed into other financial services.
Gary’s role involves assessing clients’ financial situations and personal needs in order to determine their borrowing capacity and find a suitable lender. As part of that work he will research mortgage packages and providing impartial advice to clients about the best available options. Gary will then facilitate and manage clients’ applications through to completion.
His specialisms are Buy to Let and later life lending.
How I like to spend my time outside work
Coastal Walks, house projects and renovation, visiting restaurants and spending time with friends, playing pool and watching sport on TV.
Gary is a particular fan of rugby, football and Formula One racing. He is also partial to a bit of rock music.
The important stuff
Just as we encourage and support our clients to achieve their goals, so we provide encouragement and support for our team members to do the same. You can see the qualifications that Gary has obtained below.Qualifications
Gary in the spotlight
What do you enjoy most about your job?
The satisfaction of helping clients on their purchasing journey through life, protecting their future and building a trustworthy long-term relationship.
Is there a sports team you support?
Coventry City FC.
Food heaven and food hell… What are they to you?
Food heaven has to be Authentic Indian and Mexican food and a good Sunday Roast. Food hell….anything vegetable.
Is there anything you’re embarrassingly bad at?
Painting is definitely something I missed the lesson in.
What is the last book you read that you couldn’t put down?
I don’t read books; I prefer papers and magazines.
What is one show you never, ever miss an episode of?
Three things guaranteed to make your day better:
Sunshine, achievement, laughter.
What do you have absolutely no patience for?
Nonsense and rudeness.
Which famous person would you most like to have (or have had) a conversation with?
Like to: Sir Richard Attenborough. Have spoken to: Sir Ranulph Fiennes
What three items would you take with you to a desert island?
Barrel of Cornish Bitter, hammock, box of matches.
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