Respected financial planner Carolyn Gowen dies after cancer battle

Jenna Brown
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Respected financial planner Carolyn Gowen, a former branch principal and founder at Bloomsbury Wealth, has died at the age of 58 after a battle with cancer. Gowen, who recently retired from her role at the London-based firm, was a highly respected and "passionate CFP professional", Bloomsbury said in a tribute. Branch principal Robert Lockie said: "In this profession, there are many giants who quietly strive to improve their clients' lives and help build a more inclusive profession. Carolyn was just such a person, known professionally throughout the world as a passionate CFP professio...

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