Goss Lumsden

Goss Lumsden

DipFA, CeMAP, CeRER, Cert CII

Financial Planning Consultant

Goss' Qualifications: Diploma for Financial Advisors, Certificate in Mortgage Advice & Practice, Certificate in Regulated Equity Release, Certificate in Insurance.

Goss joined Prosser Knowles in October 2016 after having worked in the Financial Services and Insurance Sectors since 2010. Goss is able to provide advice in Pension and Investment advice however also provides advice for Mortgages, Equity Release and Protection having obtained professional qualifications in these areas.

Goss enjoys working with families and feels that being able to give advice on a wide variety of areas means that he can help all family members, for instance with pension advice for parents and mortgage advice for their child who may be a first time buyer.

When not at work Goss enjoys writing, socialising with friends, seeing family and eating out.

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