Our People

Our people are very important to us, as is making certain we provide you with the best possible professional financial advice. Below is a short biography for each of our colleagues together with their contact telephone number. For further contact details please see our "Contact Us" page.


 Clive Swiggs APFS Chartered Financial Planner
Clive Swiggs APFS Chartered Financial Planner, Director
Tel. 01392 201120
Email. infocfpexeter.co.uk
Clive is originally from Devon, but lived in various parts of the country during his retail management career with Marks & Spencer. He eventually returned to Exeter and started as a Financial Consultant in the Lloyds TSB banking group. After five years he joined Bradford & Bingley as an Independent Financial Adviser and in 2000 established his own successful financial advisory practice in Exeter. Clive joined the the Board of City Financial Planning in 2012.

He was awarded the prestigious Chartered Financial Planner designation by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) in 2008. This is the profession's gold standard for financial planners and confirms that he satisfied rigorous qualification criteria through passing specialist examinations. With extensive experience, he offers a thorough planning service covering all aspects of financial advice. Clive tailors the advice to the specific requirements of personal and corporate clients. He also holds specialist qualifications in Long Term Care planning and Lifetime Mortgages.

Clive is married to Louise and they have two daughters, Lucy and Amy. During his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and supporting Exeter Chiefs.

 Andrew Sprague Dip PFS
Andrew Sprague Dip PFS, Financial Planner
Tel. 01392 201120
Email. infocfpexeter.co.uk
Andrew has been a Financial Consultant for over 18 years & joined the company in 2004. He currently manages over 20m of clients assets. He holds the Chartered Insurance Institute Diploma in Financial Planning and is currently studying towards Chartered Status.

Andrew believes that professional financial advice can add significant value to individuals and to businesses. It is because of this belief that he is able to offer a comprehensive ongoing review service designed to create real value for his clients.

He advises both pre and post retirement individuals on all of their financial planning needs. He also provides investment advice to professional and private trustees and attorneys. He works closely with a number of solicitors and accountants advising their clients.

Andrew holds the relevant qualifications to provide advice on care fees planning. These qualifications add to his specialist knowledge in this increasingly important area of Financial Planning. He has given a number of presentations on the subject to Local Authority Carers Groups and Over 60s groups.
Andrew is married with two children. His interests outside of work include golf, walking his dog, cycling and following a number of sports in particular Rugby & Football.
Ken Broughton Dip PFS
Ken Broughton Dip PFS , Financial Planner
Tel. 01392 201120
Email. infocfpexeter.co.uk
Ken has been a Financial Adviser for over 16 years and started his career in home service with the Co-op Insurance Society. 10 years ago he successfully moved into the banking sector and enjoyed offering advice to a variety of corporate and personal clients.

He is a member of the Personal Finance Society and holds the Chartered Insurance Institute Diploma in Financial Planning and is studying towards Chartered Status.

Ken considers that clients can only truly benefit from receiving professional financial advice through seeing an Independent Financial Advisor, who can assess all their needs and offer a bespoke solution. He currently offers advice on all aspects of retirement planning, savings, investments and protection needs.

Prior to working in Financial Service, Ken worked as a chef in various restaurants in the South West, had his own catering business and also received training while working in Switzerland for one year.

Ken lives in Newton Abbot with his wife and 3 children. He has a passion for hill walking; in fact he recently completed the 3 peaks challenge climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowden all within a 24 hour period.
  Kevin Hill  BSc (Hons) Adv DipFA AwPETR Chartered ALIBF
Kevin Hill BSc (Hons) Adv DipFA AwPETR Chartered ALIBF , Chartered Adviser Pension Transfer Specialist
Tel. 01392 201120
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Email. infocfpexeter.co.uk
Kevin has been providing bespoke financial advice to families in the SW for over 16 years. He prides himself on attention to detail and works closely with his clients to ensure a complete holistic solution is produced to meet their needs, which is then reviewed annually to ensure continued suitability.

As a Chartered Adviser and an Associate of the London Institute of Banking and Finance, Kevin has a high degree of experience, knowledge and expertise in the fields of; Investments, Pensions (including Transfers), Later Life Planning, Inheritance Tax Planning and Trusts. He believes that you can only get a truly holistic solution from an Independent Financial Adviser working in conjunction with the other professional disciplines as they naturally complement each other.

Kevin spends his spare time with his family, enjoying the best that outdoors Devon has to offer. He is a keen sports fan who enjoys watching the Exeter Chiefs and his childhood team, Watford Football Club, as painful as that can be.

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