This qualification assesses a knowledge and understanding of the UK regulation environment in the financial services industry, mortgage products, repayment options and the giving of mortgage advice.
Asset Harbour is a local, award-winning business based in Camberley and are now one of the leading independent mortgage specialists in the south of England and qualified estate and financial planners operating within the industry for over 30 years, covering a vast range of services.
Whether you are a first-time buyer, moving home, purchasing a second property, or looking to purchase or refinance an investment property or seeking to re-mortgage your home we will help you secure the most competitive mortgage product for your personal circumstances.
There are a variety of mortgage types available on the market today and we can offer you the best product to suit your individual needs.
Asset Harbour’s bold objective is in highlighting the importance to families and business alike of putting the basics of estate planning in place in an understandable and accessible way.
Our promise is to help customers to make life changing decisions giving them and their loved ones the financial support needed if the unexpected happens such as Life Cover, Serious Illness Cover and Income Protection, Health Insurance, Wills, Trusts and Lasting Power of Attorney.
We are members of the Society of Will Writers and through our membership we comply with their Code of Practice. All our Will drafters are SWW qualified, and our work and advice are covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance of £2.5M.
Asset Harbour Ltd is an Appointed Representative (AR FRN 630539) of AFP Partnership who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (300003). Asset Harbour are an Exclusive Associate of VitalityHealth and VitalityLife and do not form part of the same group as VitalityHealth and VitalityLife. Accredited member of The Society of Will Writers. Advice on Pensions, Investments, and Loans will be provided by an authorised FCA regulated third party firm.”
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