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Tel: 01132 694224

Email: andrew.blackburn@openwork.uk.com

Welcome to Andrew Blackburn's Financial Planning Practice

Who we are

My business was established in 1986 and for over 25 years I have provided financial planning services to individuals and businesses offering a bespoke service depending on client needs.

My service has always been personally tailored to reflect the individual needs of my clients, and targeted to build long term relationships based on mutual openness and trust.

We are here to provide help, advice and assistance to private and corporate clients whenever and wherever it is needed.

Whether it's retirement or investment planning, protection advice, mortgage guidance or general financial planning that is required, I am always focused on safeguarding my clients' best interests.

What we do

Our service is built around comprehensive financial planning and sound investment principles. By exploring your goals and objectives we can tailor a financial strategy specific to your needs.

Our financial planning process is broken down into a series of stages which focus on ensuring your life asiprations and the investment of your money are carefully aligned.

Having completed a detailed review of your current position and arrangements, we will provide you with specific recommendations and explain the benefits and risks associated with the approach we have suggested.

If you are happy with our recommendations we will help you complete the relevant paperwork and put your finance plan in place.

As your aspirations evolve in your life, so should your financial plan and we will be on to review this with you on a regular basis, should you choose.

 

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