Tom’s career in financial services began after he graduated in 2008. Following a brief spell living and working back home in Gloucester, he decided to make the move to London to see what the big smoke had to offer.
After several enjoyable years and off the back of being newly married, in 2015 Tom and his Bristolian wife Lindsay decided that it was time to be closer to friends and family and set some roots here in Bristol.
After his first meeting with Chris, Adrian and the Ovation team, Tom knew that this was where he needed to be!
A self-confessed pensions geek, Tom has specific expertise in helping individuals and business owners to plan for their future. He loves being able to help others plan for a life that they might not have thought was possible, and then seeing it all unfold.
Tom is a married father who loves spending time with his family.
Before family life took over, he was a keen rugby player. Born in Gloucester, he’s naturally a Gloucester fan (if you’re a Bristol or Bath fan, please don’t hold this against me!). He also loves improving his golf swing, proudly sharing when he broke 80 (although fair to say he has got nowhere near this recently!) In truth, he enjoys most sports, including cricket, and there is rarely one that he won’t have some form of interest in.
Tom in the spotlight
When did you join Ovation?
Where can we find you on an ideal weekend?
Watching the rugby with a beer in hand.
What makes you laugh?
What makes you cry?
Any remotely sad film.
Who would you most like to have round for dinner?
Keith Wood (Irish rugby player and boyhood hero).
What’s your favourite song to sing along to in the car?
Anything from Oasis’ album, Definitely Maybe.
What was the first album you ever bought?
Oasis – (What’s the Story) Morning Glory.
What was the best gig/concert you’ve ever been to?
Oasis, Nottingham 2006
What’s your pet peeve?
If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you win gold for?
Grumpiness when waking up.
When the dessert menu arrives, what are you looking for?
What’s the one thing you’d like to do before you die?
Play at Twickenham.