Craig has been providing financial advice for over 24 years. He previously worked at NatWest for over 30 years and in 2017 acheived the prestigious Advanced Diploma with the Chartered Insurance Institute becoming a Chartered Financial Planner.
He takes pride in developing and maintaining relationships with clients, helping them achieve their financial goals with regular reviews. As a truly independent adviser he has the ability to offer ‘whole of market’ advice, which is of utmost importance to providing excellent service and delivering outstanding solutions to his clients.
Craig brings a wealth of experience and knowledge helping advise all clients with investments, pension planning, protection and inheritance tax planning. Craig is also able to regularly review your existing plans to help you achieve your future financial goals.
Craig lives in Cranleigh with his wife Sabina and his two daughters, Rebecca and Jessica. He enjoys sailing, swimming and playing badminton in his spare time.
Craig would welcome the opportunity to discuss your requirements in more detail and can be contacted on 07928 646405 or email
‘We have known our Adviser for a long time and we trust him completely. Craig has always taken the time to listen and provide us with clear information on specific investments. He has supported us and treated us very well for over ten years and would recommend Craig to anyone.’
‘Very efficient, personable and helpful, excellent at this job.’
‘I have no hesitation in recommending Craig Clarke for his exceptional advice, understanding and technical knowledge. I feel reassured with Craig will be working with me and looking after me in future. He provided excellent follow up and kept me informed as matters progressed with my investments.’
‘Excellent service. Craig was very clear and approachable and did not push us into investments which were not right for us. Thank you so much.’
‘We have known Craig a number of years from NatWest. He is always the consummate professional and his recent chartered status in richly deserved.’