Entrepreneurial WIFA contender launches financial planning firm

Frankie Smith has launched two businesses at the age of 29

Isabel Baxter
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Former Women in Financial Advice Awards (WIFA) short-lister Frankie Smith has launched her own financial planning firm.

Her wealth management and financial planning firm – FSWM – provides regulated financial planning advice to entrepreneurs, professionals, and families. After securing enterprise investment scheme funding backed by three angel investors, Smith has now launched two businesses at the age of only 29. She made Professional Adviser's WIFA 2023 shortlist in the Woman of the Year —  Financial Coaching category. Before deciding to venture on her own, she was a financial adviser at Jarrovian Wealth for nearly seven years. Soon after that, Smith launched her own women's network called Frankies...

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