Who We Are

Johnston Campbell has been advising clients about their financial planning for over 40 years. We are wholly privately owned, and we look after in excess of £400m of assets for our clients. Our relationship with many of our clients goes back to our original formation. We are not affiliated to any one company ensuring you get truly independent advice.


Graham Glover
Jamesina Doble
Andrew Burrows
Mark Larsson
Rebecca Nelson
Ewan Boyle
Kerry McCaughan
Karen Chrimes
Beverly Reid
Jonathan Simpson
Andy McLea
Ian Smyth
Nigel Cruikshanks
Peter Bingham
Aidan Place
Siobhan Paton
Aine McLarnon
Anne Nicolls
Sarah O'Neill
Conall Reilly
Michael Beattie
Joy Jenkins
Janette Sloan
Ray Hall
Jenny Campbell
Barbara McCambley
Elisha Grogan
Jody Quinn
Adrian Kennedy
Harry Chambers
Conor McCloskey
Donna Wakeham
Bryan Dunlop
Scott Foy
Chris Macauley
Conor McCann
Debbie Lewis
Alison Crozier
Shane Barr
Peter Law
Suzanne Creed


At Johnston Campbell we are passionate about helping individuals, families and businesses to manage their money more effectively. We want you to gain the greatest possible return on your investments within your stated risk tolerances, and we recognise that your money is not just money – it’s an investment in your future, or that of your family or business.

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Welcome to Conor McCann

It’s fantastic to be able to welcome another person to the Johnston Campbell family with Conor joining us from Danske Bank. Conor has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, as a Business owner, Banking professional in Business and Corporate Acquisition, and Senior Private Banking Manager leading a team with Danske Bank for … Continued


Barr and Law join us at Johnston Campbell

We are excited to take this opportunity to update you on some exciting news from Barr & Law Limited, who have become part of Johnston Campbell. Peter, Shane, Alison, and Debbie have been made most welcome and they have fitted straight in. Peter said “When choosing a company to partner with, it was really important … Continued