Member Profile – Ken McNeil

| 25/09/2013 | 1 Comment
Ken McNeil

Ken McNeil

“Scotland can do much better. We can build a properly democratic nation, with constitutional rights and protections for our citizens. Our economic potential building on our natural resources is enormous. We can provide a more prosperous and fairer society.“

Ken is the principal of McNeil Stevens Financial Planning, which specialises in bespoke financial planning for individuals, families and small firms. The company provides advice in investments, pensions, retirement planning, tax planning and business protection..

Married with two grown up children, Ken has been in the financial services industry for 38 years including six years in secondary banking before moving into the regulated investment, pension and life insurance arena. Before establishing his own business Ken was an IFA for major UK banks and a leading stockbroker/portfolio management firm.  Earlier experience included spells as marketing manager for a tax planning service and Scottish regional manager of one of the UK’s largest friendly societies.

Ken has believed in independence ever since he first picked up a history book. “My belief that Scotland needs to take full control of her own affairs has only grown stronger observing the political machinations of the British State over the last 40 years,” says Ken. “The UK is undemocratic, economically and socially dysfunctional.”


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Michelle is a former national newspaper journalist who co-founded an award-winning IT business before launching Tartan Cat Communications. A social media and crowd-funding expert she sits on the Board of Business for Scotland and is the leader of the Glasgow Business for Scotland Group.

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