Meet the Churchside Team of advisers & client support
Here at Churchside Financial Planning we are a UK based mortgage brokers with a combined personal experience of over 40 years in the financial industry.
Sue Smith CeMAP
Practice Principal & Director
At Churchside we are committed to providing the highest level of service at all times and to all of our clients. Our role is to provide you, our client, with specialist advice. We are dedicated to the mortgage and protection market, helping you to make the right choice. We do our homework so you don't have to. We pride ourselves in providing excellent service.
Peter Smith CeMAP
Mortgage and Protection Adviser & Recruitment Manager
First experience in the financial service industry joining Barclays as a Personal Account manager. Working closely with the team at Churchside has enabled me to expand my role within financial services and establish key relationships with lenders and protection providers which in turn benefits our clients
Adviser Support & Case Management Team
My main experience involves customer service and office administration. I provide support for the advisers assisting with administration of new mortgages and protection policies. Other responsibilities include, accounts, monitoring stationery and office supplies. Churchside Financial Planning has given me the opportunity to feel part of an expanding business and learn from the experienced team I work with. Qualified in Customer services at Advanced & Intermediate Level.
Client Servicing Department
I am enjoying my career in financial services working with the team at Churchside Financial Planning. I enjoy working with the Advisers and Administration team to ensure the clients experience is an excellent one. I am looking forward to a long and rewarding career with Churchside. Qualified in Business Administration at Advanced & Intermediate Level.
We will charge a broker fee of between £0 and £499, payable on completion. The amount we charge is dependent on the amount of research and administration that is required.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.