Neal studied Business at Chace Boys in Enfield, UK from 1971 until 1975, and he has since gone on to have a highly successful career in business and finance. During his decades-long career, Neal has specialised in a number of financial services, including wealth management, raising capital, family offices and refinancing strategies.
From 1992 until 2013, Neal worked as an Independent Financial Advisor, or IFA, during which time he focused on providing wealth management advice for his clients. As an IFA, Neal was able to combine his professional expertise with his personal passion for the game of football, looking after many Premiership players.
Neal’s most recent role is with Bluefin Capital, where he deals with Product Structuring and Investment Distribution. Bluefin Capital is a finance company that has business across the Far East, Luxembourg and Dubai, and in his role as Distribution Director Neal is responsible for wealth management and distributing funds to family.
Beyond his work in the financial services industry, Kevin Neal is passionate about sports, particularly football. Neal’s interest in football started when he was very young, as he trained as a youth team player at Spurs FC from the age of 12 until he was 15. Neal has continued his interest in and involvement with football ever since, having been both the captain and manager of the Prudential football team Ibis (1975-1992). His support for Spurs FC also continues; Neal is a season ticket holder, as well as having looked after many Premiership players when he worked as an Independent Financial Advisor.
Kevin Neal was involved with youth football, supporting charity events and sponsoring teams in both the youth and senior categories, from 2001-2003. He has also been involved in brokering deals between private buyers and football clubs, advising and assisting with the finances of such deals. Thanks to his long-term involvement with football, Neal has worked with numerous chairmen of football clubs, as well as having been involved with re-finance lending at premiership clubs.