At a time when headlines about Brexit and a Tweet from US President Donald Trump can move markets, savers want to be certain their money is being managed by the best people. FTAdviser’s 2019 Top 100 Financial Advisers list uses quantifiable and objective data to provides a snapshot of the very best intermediaries working in the UK today. The 2019 list of the UK’s top 100 financial advisers list ranks firms by looking at factors that are key to investors seeking the best person to assist them with their finances. These awards are judged by a range of factors, not just how much new investment the advice firm has brought in. We are proud and delighted to be chosen to be 21st in this elite group.
It was the mid-1980s. Hoyland became determined to start a company ‘that did something of value’. Despite being only two years into his City career, he made the risky move to leave...
HFMC Wealth is offering clients the option to invest in companies which have a positive impact on issues such as climate change and human rights, through a new range of positive impact portfolios.
Winner of "Best Financial Advisors To Work For 2019" from Professional Adviser
We are delighted to announce that HFMC Wealth were included in the top 5 shortlist for “New Model Adviser of the Year 2019”. Curated by London-based Citywire, the NMA Awards celebrate the very best of the UK professional financial planning community.
We are delighted to be able to provide you with our summary of the key announcements in the Budget 2018 statement, made on Monday 29 October, which can be accessed by clicking here. The Chancellor has laid out details signalling the end to austerity in a statement delivered between key meetings in the Brexit negotiations. Following good news from the OBR, which reported borrowing £13 billion lower than forecast in March, some of the pressure was off Mr. Hammond. Expectation leading up to the Budget had been for tax rises, with various revenue raising options discussed ahead of the statement. Despite this, the headline changes announced by the Chancellor were predominantly good news for taxpayers and businesses: The personal allowance will be raised to £12,500 from April 2019, one year earlier than previously planned. At the same time, the higher rate threshold will rise to £50,000, also a year ahead of schedule. The annual Capital Gains Tax exempt amount will rise to £12,000 for 2019/20. The pension lifetime allowance will increase to £1.055 million for 2019/20, with no change to the annual allowances. The annual investment allowance (AIA) will increase to £1 million for all qualifying expenditure on plant and [...]
Judged by how our clients are treated, staff development and how forward thinking we are alongside ethical investment...
HFMC Wealth has acquired Generic Financial Management for £3m, adding 270 clients and £150m of assets under advice and management to its books.
HFMC Wealth’s partnership with PCGB is a dream come true for lifetime Porsche enthusiasts Jeremy Hoyland and Marcus Carlton. Click here or below to open the PDF article.
The Spring Statement was relatively brief, whereas previous Chancellors have used their Autumn Statements as mini-Budgets. Instead, it was what the Autumn Statement was originally meant to be: a between-Budgets review of the public nances. No doubt the Chancellor was helped by revised projections from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), which were marginally better than last November’s numbers... Read more in the full HFMC Wealth Spring statement: