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Alec is a locally based IFA working with an established City firm. He has over 30 years experience advising clients directly. Fees are agreed with you before any work is undertaken and there is no fee for the initial meeting.
Alec offers a bespoke service, focused on your current needs and future goals and aspirations. He looks to develop a plan of action to be implemented, reviewed and amended as required throughout life. This ensures that your plans remain on track going forward.
Advice is divided into 3 sections: research and recommendations, implementation and servicing. Clients are free to 'one stop shop' or choose from one, two or all of the advice areas.
All fees clearly explained and agreed in advance.
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