Personal financial planning

How do I balance my everyday financial needs with the savings I need for the future? 

Meeting your needs


We recognise that everyone’s financial planning needs are different, so you’ll get a very personal service tailored to your precise needs, with regular reviews available and  planning for 'what if' scenarios. 


You’ll have direct access to our highly qualified team of specialists who are experienced in dealing with complex financial affairs involving substantial income or assets and will keep you up to date on the issues affecting you.


We don’t provide our own financial products; so, you can be sure you’ll get independent, fee-based advice on the widest possible selection of relevant financial planning solutions from a trusted adviser.


Our in-house colleagues include pensions advisers, investment managers and tax planners who can provide you with a range of services where required.  

How we can help

Our credentials


Our team comprises qualified chartered financial planners, as well as chartered accountants, chartered tax advisers and affiliates of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners.


Our personal financial planning directors have an average of 20 years’ experience.


We build long-term relationships and have been advising some families over many generations.

Track record

Our investment management business currently has around £18 billion of funds under management and advice.

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