Furnley House offers trustworthy investment advice, financial planning and management for you, your family and your business. Our expertly qualified and regulated financial advisers:-
• Take time to fully understand your current situation and your life goals
• Search the entire market without prejudice or restriction
• Clearly and honestly explain your options
• Take personal responsibility for helping you to secure the life you want to live.
Because each member of the Furnley House team has seen at close hand the hardship caused by a lack of ethical financial advice, we take our commitment to achieving your life goals personally.
We don’t sell financial products, but aim to foster a lifelong partnership with you and successive generations of your family, from your first mortgage or workplace pension, to offering help and advice when planning care in later life.
Our team are young enough to be with you for the long-term and experienced enough to deliver on our promises to help you to achieve the life you want to live – now and in the future – whatever it might hold.
Our idealistic young team at Furnley House does not focus on quick wins or exit plans. We are intent on proving that sound ethics can deliver success for clients over the longer term.
We continuously seek the latest knowledge and highest levels of accreditation in our areas of expertise. We distance ourselves from outmoded and discredited practices to offer fully independent, unbiased advice untainted by commercial considerations.
Our aim is to become widely acknowledged, trusted and recommended as the ethical, honest, caring face of financial advice. We can only achieve this if we deliver on our promises to you personally.
Furnley House, 44 Holly Walk, Warwickshire, Leamington Spa, CV32 4HY
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