Marshall Zoing boosts team with two new appointments.


Marshall Zoing, a leading provider of independent financial advice in Harrogate and the Yorkshire area, has boosted its presence in the region and welcomed two new members to its Advisory team.

Tracey Bromley and Cyndy Burbery, who both live in Yorkshire, have joined as Advisors and will be responsible for the provision of financial advice and wealth management services.

Bromley has over 24 years’ experience within the financial services industry. She began her career as a Private Client Manager for HSBC and then went on to carry out advisory roles at Coutts, Handelsbanken and JPMorgan INVEST.

Burbery has worked in the financial services sector for 14 years for companies including Skipton Financial Services and Aviva.

Daniel Tonge, Regional Manager, Marshall Zoing, comments; “We are pleased to announce these exciting appointments. Tracey and Cyndy have a great deal of experience and knowledge of the industry and I am confident that they will continue to deliver the high quality service our clients expect.”

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