Who do I work with?
Having founded the HFMC Group in 1987 with a simple vision of providing comprehensive financial planning for individual families, I have since gained a wealth of experience dealing with both ultra-high and individual high net worth UK and Offshore families. Whilst most of my clients are UK resident, they often tend to be complex with multi-jurisdictional issues.
My clients will often be time poor due to the demands of their life and are looking for somebody that they can trust, and that they can confidently delegate to, giving them time back in the knowledge that their financial affairs will be well looked after. I seek to simplify the complex, where appropriate, so that financial affairs can be better managed and understood.
Having built relationships with many clients for decades I will often work with several generations of family to ensure that everyone experiences total care, objectivity and independence.
Alongside my team, we discuss clients’ goals, provide a thorough structured plan to achieve these goals and navigate the changes and challenges along the way, be this change of job role or country, transitioning from working life to financial independence, providing for children and the wider family, all with an overlay of being mindful of tax positions.
This allows clients to then focus on their life and what they enjoy, secure in the knowledge that their financial aspects are simplified, understood and work. It’s hugely rewarding for all involved.
Following a degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Oxford and working as an interest rate swap and currency trader at Bankers’ Trust in New York and London I founded the business which evolved into HFMC, with my wife Jacqueline.
Outside of business I love to take out my historic racing car and my Porsche, and enjoy skiing, hiking and cycling with my wife and 3 adult children. I have 2 Finnish Lapphund which I love to walk. I help manage my late father John Hoyland’s extensive artistic legacy. Jackie and I love working with young people and engage in a range of philanthropic and support activities related to them.