About our company

Richmond House offers its many clients access to high-quality independent financial advice provided by a team of qualified professionals with many years’ experience gained from working with some of the UK’s biggest and best-known financial institutions. So, if you’re looking for help with your financial affairs, you’ve reached the right page.

Why should you choose Richmond House?

Since our inception back in 1964, we’ve grown from a small independent financial advisory firm to a substantial well-respected business with 35 staff, providing both wealth management services and in-house investment management expertise.

What we offer clients

Our aim is simple and straightforward. We provide expert in-depth financial advice that takes full account of our clients’ needs and financial goals.

Our many satisfied clients tell us that they appreciate the time we take to get to know them fully and the way in which we help them establish what they want their wealth to achieve for them. They know that our Chartered status provides peace of mind about the quality of the advice and guidance we give and underlines the professionalism of our financial planners. They also tell us that we’re knowledgeable, approachable, avoid jargon, use plain English and are always on hand to help ensure their financial plans remain on track.

A local presence

Our main office is in Stevenage, and we advise clients in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, London and beyond. Our engagement with the local community means that over the years we’ve developed very strong links with other professional advisers, such as accountants and solicitors, many of whom we work with on a regular basis on behalf of clients.

Here on our website, you can find out more about the services we offer. However, if you feel you could benefit from some in-depth financial advice from a highly professional team, why not contact us? We’ll be delighted to arrange a no-obligation exploratory meeting/discussion.

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