About you

Let’s be frank, because there really is no hiding from it.

When we get to retirement we face one of two possible outcomes; either we outlive our money, or our money outlives us.

The first outcome is highly undesirable; the second allows us to live comfortably, with dignity and independence, however we define those things.

Without a clear, compelling and sound specific financial plan, there is a significant risk that you will outlive your money.

To benefit most from our service you will want the second outcome. You will be:

  • Planning to retire or sell your business in the next ten years
  • About to retire and unsure about the options
  • Already retired and wish to ensure you have sufficient income and financial resources for your lifetime, whilst being able to leave a meaningful legacy for your children and grandchildren

We will help you establish and quantify your goals, craft a plan for you to achieve those goals and create a portfolio with the optimal historical probability of carrying the plan through to completion.

Many of our clients are, or were, professional people, business owners, or senior executives, as well as their parents and children. You will most likely have liquid assets or pension funds more than £250,000 or, if you are still working, have earnings over £75,000 p.a. and are saving at least £10,000 p.a.

You will want to work in partnership with a professional financial planner who

  • asks great questions and listens to your answers
  • is focused on what is really important
  • is impartial, transparent and objective

We hope we can earn the right to work with you as your trusted adviser for many years to come.

See our approach to advice

Expert Wealth TV…

Is Stock Picking Worthwhile?

Jonathan, December 28th, 2017

Have you ever considered if the attempt to select and buy individual stocks is a worthwhile exercise? Is it better to stick with a disciplined approach to investing and look to win in the longer term? This vlog explores some thoughts on the matter (and there's a very cold dip involved!).

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The Basics Of Investing | Part 1 – Asset Classes

Expert Wealth, December 15th, 2017

In this great Expert Wealth TV series we'll explore the basics of investing in simple bitesize chunks. In this first video, we'll learn about asset classes.

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The Value of Advice | Part 1- Do I need an adviser?

Expert Wealth, December 18th, 2017

In the first in our series of videos on the value of financial advice, we'll ask the key question - Do I need an adviser?

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I wanted to say a big thank you to Jonathan on behalf of the family, and especially from my Dad, who would have been so very pleased with the final outcome of the estate. This year should see the family able to draw a line under the estate and to continue life with the loving memories of our parents. A sincere thank you. We could not have done it without you. A.B. (Abingdon)

Expert Opinion…

Living on planet GARS: Lessons in how (NOT) to invest

Abraham Okusanya, June 12th, 2018

A recent article in the Guardian is the latest indictment of the Standard Life GARS fund. The fund has underperformed on virtually all imaginable benchmarks over the last three and five years.

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Some thoughts on bonds…

Dominic, June 11th, 2018

Challenging times In response to the very low yield on bonds, some investors have been tempted to chase higher yielding bonds, in an attempt to squeeze some return out of what feels like an unproductive portfolio allocation. This is, unfortunately, an accident waiting to happen. The phrase ‘picking up pennies in front […]

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Added security & complete focus on you

Jonathan, June 12th, 2018

We feel that by recording our interactions with you, we'll be able to increase our focus and engagement with what really matters... Your life goals.

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