Welcome to 2exP Financial Services Ltd

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2exP Financial Services Ltd is an appointed representative of First Complete Limited.  

We use our 30 years + experience in the financial services sector to provide Financial Services Consultancy  as well as Financial Services broker recruitment & training services on behalf of the First Complete broker network.

We provide Consultancy  via "2exP Financial Services Ltd" and Broker Recruitment & Training in partnership with First Complete.


First Complete are from an incredible financial services background and their senior management teams have extensive experience and knowledge, not just in financial services, but in growing businesses like yours. With the backing of the reputable LSL Property Services Group, we have gone from strength to strength since their inception in May 2010.

They have strong senior and field management teams who stay in touch and build key personal relationships with their members, offering a single point of contact for business.

The customer is at the heart of their culture. They ensure there is a consistent blend of the right skills and the right brokers offering the right advice for clients’ needs.

In addition to offering financial services consultancy  via 2exP we also have our own Financial Services brokerage called The Business Protection Company which offers a number of business Insurance and Assurance products to Business owners & Company Directors etc.

2 Exp Financial Services Limited, is registered in England & Wales at 41 Sunningdale, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan, CF83 1BB (number 10235420).

2 Exp Financial Services Limited is an appointed representative of First Complete Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 435779) for mortgage and non-investment insurance advice. 2 Exp trades under the Business Protection Company as well as acting as a recruiter for First Complete Ltd.

Will writing is referred to a third party, neither The Business Protection Company or First Complete Ltd are responsible for the advice received. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some forms of will writing.