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David Morrans APFS Director-Chartered Financial Planner 0131 478 2379 07801 555442  davidhonourfinancial.com  
Lorraine O'Shea MBS, BComm Director-Mortgage/Insurance Adviser 0131 478 2379 07871 173658  lorrainehonourfinancial.com  
Contact Us
Tel. 0131 478 2379
Fax.
Principal Address
38 Woodfield Park
Colinton
Edinburgh

EH13 0RB
Registered Office
Honour Financial Planning Ltd
19 Rutland Square
Edinburgh
EH1 2BB
Honour Financial Planning Ltd is a Limited Company registered in Scotland no. SC227990.
Honour Financial Planning Ltd is able to advise in the following areas.
  • Mortgage Advice
  • Life Insurance/Protection
  • Investment Advice
  • Pensions and Retirement Planning
  • General Insurance
  • Equity Release
  • Health & Long Term Care
  • Corporate Financial Advice
  • Estate Planning

If you wish to register a complaint, please write to David Morrans at Honour Financial Planning or telephone 0131 4782379

A summary of our internal complaints handling procedures for the reasonable and prompt handling of complaints is available on request and if you cannot settle your complaint with us, you may be entitled to refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service at www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk or by contacting them on 0800 0234567.

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