Financial Experience

Faisal is a highly successful finance professional having experience of almost 20 years in the financial industry. His career spanned from Halifax Bank of Scotland, where he led a managerial position for several years until switching to a relationship management position over at Natwest Bank (RBS Group) for about 12 years. Currently, Faisal is a managing director at Westminster Finance, a company that he established himself in February 2020, which deals in commercial finance brokerage. 

Westminster Finance

After 2019 general elections, Faisal decided to start his own business. Faisal has always believed that businesses should be given a chance as they create wealth, jobs, and prosperity.

In this turn of events, he launched Westminster Finance in February 2020, just pre-COVID lockdown, a company that provides bespoke financial solutions to businesses and financial consultancy. Whether clients are looking to buy property for investments or re-mortgage their properties, Westminster Finance will help to package a deal that is suitable according to the individual’s circumstances and then finding the best lender.

FR Mortgages

Since launching Westminster Finance in February 2020 Faisal had been getting a lot of inquiries on residential mortgages that are not directly provided by Westminster Finance. To give mortgage advice, one has to be qualified enough to do so.

So during, COVID, Faisal got enrolled in the London Institute of banking and finance for the CeMAP (Certificat in Mortgage Advice and Practice) course, originally a 12-month course that Faisal completed and qualified for in 4 weeks. Resultantly, allowing him to launch FR Mortgages Ltd dedicated to solely providing residential mortgage advice as well as offering protection in terms of life, critical illness, income protection, building, and content insurance. 

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