Personal Planning

What you can, and should, invest in is greatly influenced by what you want, and when you want it in the future. With so many different options of what to invest in, what level of risk you’re comfortable with; our goal is to guide you toward achieving your aims.

Lifestyle financial planning is an important part of your financial plan. You identify the lifestyle you are aiming for, and we help you to manage and accrue the finances you require to make your lifestyle goals a reality.

Your planning will pass through various phases and have many components contributing to the overall success of your plan. Your circumstances will keep changing, so through ongoing review of your Personal Financial Plan, we work with you to achieve the optimum results at any given point in time.

When we develop and implement your personal financial plan, we put safety nets in place, in the event of death, long-term illness, disability or long term residential care.

Risk Tolerance

Risk Tolerance is the level of financial risk you are emotionally comfortable with.

Risk Required

Risk Required is the risk associated with the return required to achieve your goals from the financial resources available.

Risk Capacity

Risk Capacity is the level of financial risk you can afford to take.

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October10

Going Green with reusable bottles

What a fantastic idea from our social responsibility committee. We’ve given up using disposable plastic cups and replaced them with our own reusable metal bottles which hopefully will be kinder to the environment. You might notice the logo which will be appearing more and more on our media. As a team, we’ve been working on … Continued

August15

How safe are Government Bonds?

It is widely held that government bonds are a safe investment – after all, you get your money back at the end of the term plus interest, fact. This is certainly true in the actual pounds and pence you will receive, but what is the real return, relative to the latest UK inflation figure of … Continued