Louise Oliver has worked in the financial services sector for over 30 years and is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and a Chartered Wealth Manager. Throughout her career she has been a regular financial expert for the media, including BBC breakfast TV, BBC radio 4 Moneybox and local radio. Louise also appeared as an expert for a BBC Panorama programme which delved into the investment advice provided by the major high street banks.
Louise is keenly involved in supporting women in business and is the UK President of the British Association of Women Entrepreneurs (BAWE). BAWE is an internationally affiliated group, the membership is for women who have considerable experience in running their own businesses. BAWE is a network for women focused on optimising business opportunities including international trade.
Louise is a Fellow of Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Louise has a particular focus on the financial services sector and how this can be adapted to promote social change and better understanding.
Louise enjoys working with families and individuals to help them to navigate through life’s changes. A particular focus has been with regard to divorce, business sales and bereavement.
Louise enjoys adventure holidays in her Motorhome and riding as a pillion on a Triumph Motorbike. She also likes to ski, but wishes she had learnt earlier in life to be more graceful!