Andrew joined UHY Hacker Young in 2018 and has over six years’ experience working as a financial adviser. Andrew is currently working towards his chartered status after attaining his diploma in Regulated Financial Planning and certificate in Mortgage Advice. He also qualified as an architect, achieving his BA(Hons) and BArch in 2008.
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