I help ease the burden of managing my client’s financial affairs so they can spend more time focusing on what is important to them.
It is critical not only to understand where my clients are currently within their lives but also what has brought them to where they are now and what they are looking to pursue in the future. It is only within this context that we can make meaningful decisions around their wealth to provide them with the most value.
My client relationships typically involve a mixture of delegation and collaboration. Some decisions cannot be made on financial merit alone and need to take account of the emotional drivers. In situations like this, I help provide as much information as possible so that you can make an informed decision about your future.
Typically the clients that I work with are senior within their respective fields or run their own companies. However, most importantly, as our relationship will span many years, we need to ensure that we are a good fit for each other.
If you would like to find out how I can help ease the burden of managing your financial affairs, please get in contact for a no-obligation consultation.
Outside of work my interests include cars/driving; swimming; spending time with my friends and family; going to the cinema and cooking.
He’s been recognised as number 21 in the New Model Adviser Top 35 Next Generation Adviser list, which recognises the best financial advisers in the UK under the age of 35. (which is a phenomenal achievement, and fantastic and well deserved recognition of Tom's excellent client skills and exemplary technical knowledge)
They say “Hopson is one of the youngest advisers in the cohort, beating off competition from peers and external applicants, many of them more experienced, to become lead adviser at London-based HRMC Wealth. He provides financial life planning services to 60 clients he inherited from a retiring adviser. He collaborates with management on areas ranging from best advice practices to client-facing technology upgrades and back-office system processes.”
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