Contact Us

On this page you will find information on how to contact us by a range of methods.

Phil Bowman Director/IFA 01843 269000 07866609367  
Michael Rendell IFA/Pension Specialist 01843 269000 07725071733  
Vicky Bowman Office Manager / Financial Assistant to Phil Bowman 01843 269000  
Lewis Bowman Mortgage Adviser / Training Financial Adviser 01843 269000  
Jack Rooney Financial Assistant 01843 269000  
Curtis Jordan Financial Administration Manager 01843 269000  
Jeanette Winkworth Financial Administrator 01843 269000  
Contact Us
Tel. 01843 269000
Fax. 01843 265886
Principal Address
The Chapel
51 High Street
CT12 4BT
Registered Office
The Chapel
51 High Street
CT12 4BT
Acorn Bowman Finance & Investment Management Ltd is a Limited Company registered in England & Wales no. 04452445.
Acorn Bowman Finance & Investment Management 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
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
For mortgages a fee of up to £250.00 will be payable at outset. Our typical overall fee is a minimum £800.00 which will be made up from the initial fee plus any commission earned from the provider typically 0.35% (On £150,000 this would be £525.00). As we provide truly Independent Advice we do also offer a pure fee arrangement and refund any commission we receive over and above 0.35% of the total mortgage value.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) does not regulate some forms of mortgage

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