It all adds up for star pupil Piers

A rising star at a Shropshire financial services group has become one of the youngest people across the country to pass his first professional exams.

Twenty-year-old Piers Hindhaugh (pictured), of Q Financial Services, has successfully completed his R01 qualification – and is now half way to gaining a diploma in regulated financial planning.

Piers, from Pontesbury, joined the administrative department at Q’s Shrewsbury office just under a year ago and has his sights on developing a long-term career with the firm.

“It has taken me five months since I started my studies but I’m delighted to have passed the exam,” said Piers. “I want to carry on so that I become a qualified mortgage adviser and can start building up a portfolio of my own clients. The whole team has been really supportive in allowing me to study for these exams and achieve my dream of qualifying. I couldn’t have come anywhere better to start learning my trade and I cannot thank all of them enough.”

Piers, who is a keen golfer, football fan and car enthusiast, was one of the youngest students across the country to successfully complete the R01 exam, and now hopes to earn the rest of the diploma in record time.

Stuart Mackintosh, Q’s director of operations, said he was delighted with Piers’ success.

“We pride ourselves on developing young talent wherever we see it and Piers is a perfect example of that. He has worked incredibly hard to achieve this success and is already showing a great understanding of the industry.

“He has a really positive can-do attitude and is always eager to learn, as well as being a perfect fit with the rest of the team. I look forward to his continued success in the future.”

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