Regional chartered accountancy firm Albert Goodman is growing its financial planning team with newly appointed partner, Reme Holland.
Reme began his career in financial services working in the retail sector as a mortgage and financial adviser. His focus has been on private client and family businesses which arm him with specialist knowledge in retirement, investment advice, inheritance tax planning, and company pension schemes.
Reme has a strong passion and interest in helping clients plan for the future including intergenerational wealth transfer and long-term income solutions. As a fellow of the Personal Finance Society, a Chartered Financial Planner and an Affiliate of the Society of Trustee and Estate Practitioners, his experience will naturally align and enhance Albert Goodman’s financial planning proposition. Reme will be based with the wider financial planning team at the firm’s headquarters in Taunton.
Reme Holland, Partner at Albert Goodman, said: “It’s an exciting time to join the financial planning team in Somerset and I’m very much looking forward to adding my skillset to an already experienced team.
“Planning for the future has never been so important as people navigate their way through the economic crisis. Everyone should be entitled to the retirement they strive for and receive expert advice to achieve this. Through conversations and a greater understanding of our clients’ aspirations, I will help them make sound financial decisions to achieve a secure future.”
Iain McVicar, Managing Partner at Albert Goodman, added: “We feel privileged to welcome Reme to manage our financial planning business. He has joined at a crucial time as our clients seek expert advice around future planning against an uncertain economic backdrop. We are confident he will provide valuable support and guide our clients through these uncertain times to reach their desired future outcomes.”