MZ makes exciting new appointment

Marshall Zoing is proud to announce the appointment of Lee Hurst as Wealth Manager in June this year. Lee will be responsible for providing an ongoing service to Marshall Zoing’s existing clients as well as developing established and new relationships with professional introducer firms. Lee brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge of the IFA market place where he has traditionally provided consultancy and training services. Lee was formally employed by Skandia and qualified to Diploma Level 4 with advanced pension qualifications. Commenting on his appointment Lee said ‘I have had the privileged experience of working with a number of different IFA firms in the Yorkshire region and I am delighted to have been offered this opportunity by one of the very best in our region.’

Managing Director Ralph Zoing said ‘Lee will bring with him a wealth of experience, professionalism and most importantly integrity to Marshall Zoing and we are confident that the good name and reputation of Marshall Zoing will be firmly upheld by Lee’s work in the local business community.’
Lee is also a very keen cricketer and capable all-rounder playing in the local Yorkshire leagues.

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