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What our clients say
I have known Terry Payne for many years and have always found his advice honest, timely and well worth following. Terry is also very personable and it is always a pleasure to do business with him.
have always found terry very helpful and I trust his advice
Steven Wheeler, Watford
Terry has been an excellent adviser. He has been very thorough explaining the benefits and possible pitfalls of investments and what is best for us in our situation. He has kept us very well informed and is very conscientious and we would not hesitate to recommend him.
James Revier, Ruislip
Fairstone Financial Management Ltd is a national firm of Independent Financial Advisers. Established in the North East in 2008, Fairstone is now one of the UK’s largest Chartered financial planning firms.
At Fairstone we understand how important it is to make the most of your money and we aim to deliver outstanding service to all of our clients whatever their financial needs or aspirations.
We regularly analyse the marketplace to deliver only the highest-quality product options to our customers whilst ensuring that every customer is offered the widest possible choice of financial products and services.
The entire customer journey is conducted in a friendly yet professional manner, with an efficiency that demonstrates how we go the extra mile in delivering unfailing customer satisfaction.
Every interaction is customer-centred, with individual and specific advice designed to identify and develop a solution which is unique to each customer.
Where to find us
Head office address: Fairstone Financial Management, Harrow, Middx, HA3 5PS
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