Mark Atkinson
Mark Atkinson, Independent Financial Advisor
Tel. 01743 243555
Mobile. 07976 832908
Mark originally trained as an Accountant and became an Independent Financial Advisor in 1997. Mark provides a full range of advice to both corporate and individual clients and is particularly active advising on Pensions, Investments, Tax Planning and Finance. Mark seeks to provide comprehensive and flexible planning solutions.

Away from work Mark enjoys an active lifestyle playing golf, running, walking, cycling and sailing. He is passionate about travel and art and a keen rugby fan.
Duncan Waterston
Duncan Waterston, Independent Financial Advisor
Tel. 01743 243555
Mobile. 07779 653566
Joining Escom in 2019 Duncan has worked in Financial Services since 2001 and has been an IFA since 2009. Duncan provides independent advice on all aspects of financial planning including Pensions, Investments, Tax Planning, Mortgages and Protection, to a broad range of individual and corporate clients of all ages.
Outside of work he can be found walking with his wife and two children on one of the many hills around Shropshire, hurling down the side of a mountain on his bike or snowboard and enjoying the occasional round of golf.
Jessica Perkins
Jessica Perkins, Practice Manager
Tel. 01743243555
Jess is involved in all aspects of the day to day running of the practice. Originally from a banking background she takes pride in the smooth operation of the business and maintaining service standards.

When not at work enjoys nothing more than spending time with her 2 children and wide circle of family and friends

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