Springboard Service

For our valued clients:

We appreciate that Personal Finance Education for teenagers and young adults isn’t always a high priority during their school/college years and we are more than happy to help where we can, from understanding about the basic principles of money to modern banking and general financial advice.

Please do contact your adviser if you believe this could be of help to any of your offspring as they ‘spring’ into adult life and we will work with you to make it happen.


For local secondary schools & colleges:

As ever, we are more than happy to see how we can help our local communities near to our offices in Hadleigh and Redhill.

We are able to support schools, colleges and students in the following ways:

  • Work experience placements in our Hadleigh office throughout the year – this covers a wide range of different roles within the business to give students a high level of understanding what the world of work involves at varying levels.
  • Schools / College presentations to students around careers in financial services, with a particular focus on financial advising – we are able to explain various careers journeys that our staff members have been through, the qualifications that you need, how to get them and the skills that are beneficial to the role.
  • Financial Education – we are able to present to groups of students about key areas of financial security. Understanding topics such as debt, budgeting, investing, personal finances and other areas are vitally important to all students as they progress through life.
  • Career Support – helping students understand interview techniques, how to write a CV and the skills that are useful when marketing yourself to a prospective employer.

‘Thanks ever so much for your presentation this afternoon. There was a lot of invaluable information for the students in there, not only for their upcoming exam but also to take forward in their personal life. I really liked that budgeting tool you showed us as well and will be using this across all of the budgeting lessons I have to teach’.

Christopher Heath-Robinson, Head of Department – Business, Suffolk One College, Ipswich

Please do contact the main Hadleigh office number (ask for Anthony) for further details.


For those seeking Mentoring in their Financial Services career progression:

As individuals progress through their careers, we believe that developing impartial Mentoring partnerships can help and can be of benefit to both Mentors and Mentees alike. Currently our advisers are helping individuals to achieve their potential working with organisations such as the 30% Club and the Suffolk Refugee Council.

Please do contact the main Hadleigh office number (ask for Russell) for further details.