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Belmayne welcomes new assistant to growing team

Belmayne personal assistant, Laura Brownlow.

Dronfield-based independent financial planners, Belmayne, are expanding their support team with the appointment of a new personal assistant.

Laura Brownlow will be providing administrative support to Belmayne partner, Jon Stevens, working closely alongside him to help clients achieve their retirement goals.

Laura joins the firm from an estate agency in Chesterfield, where she worked as a sales advisor. She said: “After spending 12 years in the property sector, I was looking for an opportunity to broaden my knowledge and take on a new challenge. Jon and the team have made settling into my role really easy and I am looking forward to a long and happy career at Belmayne.”

As Jon’s personal assistant, Laura will be liaising directly with clients and referrers, managing his diary and processing paperwork. He added: “Laura has a wealth of experience in customer service and administrative roles that will undoubtedly enhance the service my clients receive. She is picking up the demands of her new position really quickly and on behalf of everyone at Belmayne, I’d like to welcome her to the firm.”

Belmayne was established in 2004 and is run by four partners who focus on the aspects of financial planning that can be controlled, for example, risk, tax allowances and the costs of investing. By doing so, they deliver a clear plan that gives clients the freedom to enjoy their retirement without worry.