Why choose a career at Smith & Williamson?

At Smith & Williamson, it’s our people who make us what we are – your career is our future.


As an independent business, largely owned by our partners, directors and staff, we’re always able to put our clients first.

We’re committed to developing our people as trusted advisers who can really help our clients achieve their goals. Our people come from all walks of life and a variety of financial and business backgrounds. It’s this that allows us to offer the exceptional range of expertise that makes us stand out from the crowd.

You’ll be part of an organisation that’s large enough to compete globally, but where you’ll be familiar with colleagues across the business and where everyone’s contribution is valued.

Join us and you’ll see how our culture and values make us truly unique.

Our commitment to our people

You’ll see the difference in our commitment to recruiting, rewarding and retaining the right people for the long-term benefit of our clients through a combination of:
  • a strong shared vision, incorporating best-of-breed principles and client proposition
  • an attractive, fun and friendly working culture
  • a commitment to training and development
  • an opportunity to build a stake in the business, supporting our independence
  • competitive remuneration, benefits and incentive plan
  • effective support infrastructure, which will grow in line with the success of our business.

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