Lifetime’s Directors enjoyed a highly productive business planning meeting earlier this week.
Held over two days at the excellent facilities offered by the Leopold Hotel in Sheffield, the Lifetime powers-that-be mapped out the road ahead for the Barnsley-based fast-expanding financial management company, now motoring along nicely in its second decade.
Managing Director Ian Dickinson (pictured below) spoke passionately about ‘how a financial business should operate’.
He added: “We will carry on delivering our services in a clear, concise and consistent way, which in turn will allow us to achieve our ambitions.
“One of them is great client service done in a compliant way, with all at Lifetime achieving business and personal goals.”
Lifetime reaffirmed its commitment to ‘breaking the culture of financial services from a sell, sell, sell culture to a service, service, service culture’.
‘Doing the job properly’ and ‘fairness in our fees’ were two other vitally important messages that the directors felt were integral parts of Lifetime’s DNA – which goes a long way to helping clients live the life they want to live, now and in the future.