Alexander House Financial Services LTD (AHFS) has won the ACQ5 Global Awards 2017 for Game Changer of the Year
Alexander House Financial Services LTD (AHFS) has won the ACQ5 Global Awards 2017 for UK – Retirement Planning Advisory Firm of the Year
Alexander House Financial Services LTD (AHFS) has won the ACQ5 Global Awards 2017 for UK – Wealth Manager Of The Year
Alexander House Financial Services LTD (AHFS) has won the ACQ5 Global Awards 2017 for UK – Independent Financial Advisory Firm Of The Year
People who receive either independent or restricted financial advice are on average £40,000 better off than their unadvised peers, research by the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) has found.
The research, supported by Royal London, found those who received financial advice between 2001-2007 had accumulated "significantly more" liquid financial assets and pension wealth than their unadvised counterparts by 2014.
The report ‘The Value of Financial Advice' examined the impact of financial advice on two groups - the ‘affluent' and the ‘just getting by'.
The affluent group was formed of a wealthier subset of people who were also more likely to have degrees, be part of a couple, and be homeowners.
Alexander House Financial Services Ltd has been ranked by AdvisoryHQ in the “Top 13 Best Financial Advisers in the UK” for 2017
Identifying an independent financial adviser in the UK, someone who will work with you to determine your financial planning and wealth management needs, is the first step to achieving financial peace of mind.
Out of approximately 100 private financial planning companies, Alexander House are delighted to be in the Top 25 companies surveyed in areas including Client Satisfaction scores and Client/Adviser ratios.
Alexander House Financial Services have been awarded the title of Wealth Manager of the Year 2016 - United Kingdom for being an outstanding financial provider to clients and helping them achieve incredible results.
This award appreciates Alexander House’s commitment to ensuring the delivery of highest standard of service.
The Guardian Hilary Osborne
Home ownership in England has fallen to 64% of households, the lowest since 1986, according to Resolution Foundation. Home ownership in England reached a peak in 2003, when 71% of household owned their home. The numbers began to drop as properties became less affordable and continued to fall after the housing market crashed after the credit crunch in 2008. Since then, levels of private renting almost doubled, from 11% to 19%.
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