Glenn Dennis PFA

Senior Financial Adviser

Financial Advice Areas

Auto Enrolment, Business Protection, Critical Illness Cover, Drawdown/Phased Retirement, Income Protection, Inheritance Tax Planning, Investments, Pensions, Personal Protection, Planning at Retirement, Planning for Retirement. 

Geographical Areas

Birmingham, Derbyshire, East Midlands, Leicester, Leicestershire, Nottingham, West Midlands.

About Glenn Dennis

Glenn has been in the financial services industry for upwards of 25 years. Prior to this he was a lawyer having worked for a local firm of solicitors for some 15 years dealing with both conveyancing, probate, wills and trusts. Experience gained in these areas has held him in good stead when dealing with clients who require financial planning advice.

Glenn also has several links with local firms of solicitors, accountants and commercial brokers which have been extremely useful for clients requiring advice in these areas. Living locally, he has gained many personal and business clients although there is no restraint and giving advice to people who live and work as far away as Scotland.

Glenn enjoys meeting with people and being able to help them with their financial planning. With the extent of his knowledge in many areas he is able to do a thoroughly professional job in guiding his clients along their financial path in life.


““Never under estimate Critical Illness Cover. Some years ago, on the advice of my Financial Advisor, Glenn Dennis of Ashwood Law, Heather, I took out critical illness cover, generally thinking I didn’t see the point, but now I am so glad I did! A few months ago I suffered a major heart attack with no warning signs. I contacted Glenn and could not believe how quick and easy it was to claim on my policies, no fuss, completed necessary forms and within 14 days the money was in my account. What a bonus, so glad I took Glenn’s advice, critical illness cover may not be for the here and now, but consideration for the future. When money becomes tight these policies make life easier in difficult circumstances." - L Marson, Ashby de la Zouch

The value of investments and pensions and the income they produce can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you invested.

Tax planning is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.