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Investment Advice

When it comes to establishing and growing your investment portfolio, you need someone who can construct and maintain a strategy set up to meet your needs both now and in the future. Good investment planning ensures that your investments are aligned to your risk profile and arranged in the most appropriate way to achieve your objectives.

That’s where we fit in. We work with clients at various stages of their investment journey from starting out with some regular savings, building a nest egg, to experienced high net worth individuals with a comprehensive portfolio of investments already in place. At any point the most important aspect is maintaining the focus of your strategy on your ultimate goal whatever that may be.

Your objective may be saving for school fees or bucket list items in the future, building your savings for retirement or looking to pass on wealth through intergenerational planning. Whatever the target, the emphasis should be on reaching that goal and adjusting your strategy along the way through regular monitoring and reviews of your portfolio.

Exactly how an investment portfolio should be structured will depend on your individual circumstances but will usually involve making the most of tax allowances and reliefs. We offer access to a wide range of investment solutions through our proposition, including investments such as Stocks and Shares ISAs, Investment Accounts, Onshore and Offshore Investment Bonds, Venture Capital Trusts (VCTS) and Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS) and Inheritance Tax Solutions.

Through our discussions we will aim to understand your goals and set parameters for how they can be achieved. This will involve understanding how comfortable you are with different types of risk, your capacity to bear those risks and how investing will interact with your other assets and your own principles to put together a strategy, an investment approach, and a tailored portfolio best placed to meet your needs.

The value of investments and any income from them can fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount invested.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate taxation advice.