Portfolio of Services
Brian Vallely & Co Independent Financial Services is the trading name of Fairstone Financial Management Ltd. The original company was established by Brian Vallely in 1996 and has built up a significant client base of satisfied customers. Our aim is “To provide professional, independent financial advice, with honesty and integrity by tailoring solutions specific to our clients needs and objectives, both now and for the future, whilst delivering value for money.
Choosing the right investments could play a vital role in helping to secure your financial future.
McWilliams Vallely Co Independent Financial Services has a 3 tiered approach to investment management
1. Advisory Portfolio Management
This is a service which puts you the client in control of the decisions we make in respect of your investment portfolio. Following a discussion on the ‘level’ of risk you wish to be exposed to and bearing in mind any current investments you may have in your portfolio, we create your investment risk profile. Using this profile we then search the market for the most appropriate investment match. Even at this point you may decide to invest more in a particular area or less if you feel it is too risky. The ultimate decision rests with you.
Discretionary Portfolio Management
We have access to a number of Discretionary Managers who manage our clients’ funds. These managers have the resources......
Providing for your family in death or illness is one of those areas always open for discussion. The question is, how much should we be insured for in the event of premature death or illness and is the cost affordable. Hopefully this will never happen, however ask yourself, in the event of, for example, Illness leading to your inability to work, will your family cope and if not how much will they need. Should the unforeseen happen, our help and guidance through this delicate area will mean you are prepared. Even if you have existing policies, we will ensure they cover what you want and are reasonably priced
Pre & Post Retirement Planning
There has been a sharp fall in the percentage of people saving adequately for requirement.
Of those who have a pension, many have no idea how their pension is performing or what it will equate to in financial terms on retirement
The provision and implication of retirement solutions can be very complex and the earlier in our working life we embark on retirement planning the easier the path
will be. There are a number of retirement solutions available. Company sponsored schemes will no doubt become more popular for employed and part-time employees, but many employees and self-employed will still prefer to manage their own pension funds...
Residential & Equity Release Mortgages
Buying a property can be exciting but it can also be very stressful. You just have to look at the High Streets in our towns and cities to realise how many different types of mortgages are available. We have almost 2000 on our research system from fixed rate to variable and capped. We help you get through the mortgage maze and recommend the mortgage which suits you.
You may wish to release capital from your property either for your own personal use or for one of your children. In most cases you need to be more than 55 and in reasonable health and the money released from your property can be used for whatever you want. No repayments are made during the life of the mortgage instead the interest is rolled up until the property is sold.
McWilliam Vallely & Co Ltd, Independent Financial Advisor's can advise on the most appropriate lenders available to you.
We help many of our clients prepare documentation for HMRC. In a number of cases we help clients by reducing client’s tax liability through strategic planning from income tax to inheritance tax and capital gains tax. In more complex cases we have a panel of
accountants available to ensure all options are explored.
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An increasing number of people are now leaving part of their estate in trust, instead of through there will, to sons, daughters or
grandchildren. A trust can be set up by anyone through ourselves as independent financial advisers. or your solicitor .
The main benefits of setting up a trust is to ensure the asset goes specifically to an individual or individuals for a known purpose
such as education or marriage. In certain cases leaving an asset in trust could also help reduce an inheritance tax liability. A trust
may also be used to provide income for the benefit of a disabled person should they need care later in life.
There are many different types of trusts and this is why advice is required from someone who is qualified and knowledgeable in trusts such as ourselves or your solicitor.
Our advice is competively priced and the first consolation will be at our expense. At that time if we can help and you wish to proceed, we will discuss our remuneration structure.
Having built up a sizeable estate through thrift, investments or inheritance, you will want to ensure that your estate is not subject to unnecessary tax. Regardless of the size of your estate we can provide advice on how to reduce the tax implications
Long Term Care
We are also in a position to help you should you require Long Term Care. We will discuss what assets are taken into account and what will avoid means testing.