By listening to our clients we help them put into perspective their current and accruing wealth so that they can structure their financial planning from a position of education and informed choice.
Having gained a holistic understanding we can then provide detailed advice on individual aspects of their financial requirements, so that their goals and aspirations can be achieved with maximum efficiency from both a tax, legislative and economic perspective.
We also act as a sounding board, drawing upon our vast experience and challenge where we think objectives cannot be met or should be rethought.
We act for a select number of clients so that we can maintain deep and long-lasting relationships and provide expert advice and counsel whenever it is required.
We also maintain a network of trusted legal and accounting firms that we work with across the country to ensure that a cohesive full-service solution is provided regardless of what our client’s objectives might be.
Our services are bespoke to each individual however, they are often made up of a combination of the following: The contextualisation of wealth, realistic goal setting, streamlining of financial affairs, delivery of recommendations and implementation, exacting levels of ongoing service.
To aid in the construction of our advice we have sophisticated financial modelling software with the ability to provide in depth cash flow analysis to include both the good and the bad scenarios. Furthermore, we also provide specific advice on education funding, pension provision and inheritance/intergenerational planning.
Overarching this is our general counsel which has been drawn from our many years of experience.
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