AAB Wealth expands in Central Scotland with key appointment

Left to Right: Angus McCuaig, Alan Turner and Ian Campbell (AAB Wealth)

AAB Wealth is expanding its operations further across Central Scotland with the appointment of Senior Financial Planner, Alan Turner, based in Glasgow.

As part of the AAB Group, AAB Wealth offers tailored financial planning and covers all aspects of personal finance, retirement and tax planning, with a focus on ensuring that our clients have confidence in their financial future and achieve the best from life.

Alan Turner has more than 12 years’ experience in financial planning and has previously held positions at Bank of Scotland, Grant Thornton Wealth Advisory and abrdn Financial Planning. Alan is the tenth Financial Planner to join the fast growing AAB Wealth team. 

Ian Campbell, Head of Financial Planning at AAB Wealth said: “We are delighted to welcome Alan to the team. AAB Wealth is well established in Aberdeen and Edinburgh and this expansion will allow us to develop our client base further across the Central Belt of Scotland, but, as the business grows, the service we provide to clients will always remain our top objective.”

Angus McCuaig, Managing Partner of AAB in Glasgow added: “Alan is a people person and, as the saying goes, People Make Glasgow. At AAB Group, everyone works cohesively towards the same goal, to provide a first-class service to our clients, and I’m thrilled to be strengthening our team even further.”

Alan Turner, Senior Financial Planner at AAB Wealth said: “I’m pleased to be part of the team and I’m looking forward to introducing AAB Wealth to our clients. Some need advice on their pensions and life savings, others have sold their business, and others still are in the process of selling. I enjoy listening to clients, finding out about their objectives are and helping them to protect and enjoy the wealth they have worked hard to achieve. Ultimately, I treat them as I would my own family.”

AAB Wealth now offers experienced financial planners in its offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds and Belfast.

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