Raymond James, Stanmore
Raymond James is the UK private client wealth management arm of the parent company, Raymond James Financial, Inc. (RJF) and commenced trading in 2001.
We are one of 109 independent practices with 279 Wealth Managers based in London that is supported by Raymond James managing over 36,642 client accounts representing total assets of £9.4 billion.*
Our branch of Raymond James is located in Stanmore and offers private client investment management services, including discretionary management and advisory dealing services, to high net worth clients, corporates, trusts and charities.
We recognise that different investors have distinct needs, so we never insist on predetermined solutions. Rather, we offer unprecedented access to risk adjusted solutions that cover broad range of assets and tax wrappers to meet your requirements.
We are dedicated to the interests of our clients, offering you the professional guidance you need to help meet your financial goals. In short, when you become our client, your needs – and the portfolios we design based on your objectives – drive everything we do.
From cutting-edge technology to award-winning research, superior back-office administration and continued professional development, we have the expertise and tools to help you achieve your goals.
As commercially independent practice under Raymond James, we have the freedom to manage our own business whilst benefiting from Raymond James’s full compliance and regulatory oversight, a breadth of institutional research, comprehensive reporting and the smooth administration of your account - all of this underpinned by a financially sound foundation.
*Raymond James and RJF Stats as of 31st December 2018.
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