Pete Young

Born and educated in Aberdeenshire, Peter graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1980. Since the 1980’s he has worked exclusively as an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA), dealing mostly with Private Clients, Professional Introducers and Trustees. Prior to joining PSFM as Principal in September 2005, Peter was Financial Services Director at Aon Consulting Financial Services and a member of the successful MBO team that purchased the UK IFA division from Aon, establishing Momentum Financial Services. Peter is a qualified Chartered Financial Planner and a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society (FPFS). ] Outside work, Peter’s interests include spending time with his family, watching sport – especially rugby - gardening and classic cars.

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