At AFH, we believe that successfully growing your wealth has to begin with an effective financial plan – that’s why we’ve combined the two disciplines in an end-to-end holistic service that we, unsurprisingly, call “financial-planning-led wealth management”.
Our approach is simple: we provide a professionally qualified financial adviser to understand you and your financial needs and objectives. AFH advisers are financial planning specialists who will prioritise and create your comprehensive financial plan.
We understand how important it is to ensure your money grows and maintains its buying power. Few advisory businesses have access to the necessary specialists in-house, and instead outsource which can make it expensive for clients. Our advisers are backed by our in-house team of investment professionals whose sole objective is to ensure your success.
At AFH you join our “community” where every member shares in our success as we grow. So whether you are using an old school IFA with a narrow approach, a small advisory firm with limited resources, or a large firm that doesn’t pass on its cost savings you will probably enjoy a better future with us.
I am a Chartered Financial Planner and a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society, the highest level of qualification in our industry.
I pride myself on offering genuinely impartial financial advice, in a friendly and professional manner.
I have particular expertise in Retirement Planning, Inheritance Tax Solutions, long term Investments and provide regular ongoing reviews to ensure my clients financial plans remain on track to achieve their goals.
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