Retiring after 40 years an adviser: Richard Beal discusses his career and true independent advice

Four decades in financial services

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Then and now: Richard Beal started working with Prudential in the 1980s, pictured in 1984 (left), and retired from financial advice in March 2020 after working at LighthouseCarrwood (right).
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Then and now: Richard Beal started working with Prudential in the 1980s, pictured in 1984 (left), and retired from financial advice in March 2020 after working at LighthouseCarrwood (right).

After spending 40 years in the world of financial advice, Richard Beal tells all about his career...

Richard Beal, 65, started working in finance aged 25 with Prudential and spent seven years as one of Barclays bank's top performing advisers in the early 2000s. During the last 13 years of his career...

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