Welcome

The team at Bingham-Woods cumulatively bring over 150 years experience in the financial services industry. We primarily cover the Midlands but have clients nationwide. These clients are a mixture of private individuals and companies who understand that by seeking our professional advice they can make the most from their money. Our success has been based on three core principles; integrity, professionalism and impartiality, coupled with a creative approach to financial planning and a belief in a bespoke client service.

We offer a wide range of financial services, including advice on investments, retirement (including all types of pension schemes and employee benefits), personal & commercial mortgages, protection, long term care planning and Inheritance Tax planning.

The value of pensions and investments and the income they produce can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you invested. 

 

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

 

Commercial mortgages, Tax and Estate planning are not regulated by the FCA.

 

We believe in providing a high quality service, with the emphasis on building long-term relationships with our clients, and we have dedicated and skilled advisers that work together to achieve this. The objective of the advice service that we provide is to put in place product solutions to enable you to meet your financial goals and then regularly review the performance of those solutions to help you to remain on track.

EMPLOYERS - DO NOT IGNORE YOUR AUTO-ENROLMENT RESPONSIBILITIES - ACT NOW & AVOID UNDUE HASSLE, BUSINESS DISRUPTION AND FINANCIAL PENALTIES. CALL NOW FOR A REVIEW

Latest News

  • MARKET REPORT: Investors purr as Pets at Home shares soar 14% after it smashes expectations. Read more
  • Bosses vow to make M&S special again: Battle to grow online as profits drop 10%. Read more
  • Higher energy prices drive up inflation – and spark fears rates could rise sooner than expected. Read more
  • Pound marks longest losing run against the euro since the continental currency began trading in 1999. Read more
  • The Bank of England's influence is 'draining away because of its obsession with Brexit'. Read more
  • ALEX BRUMMER: Royal Mail in Jeremy Corbyn's crosshairs. Read more
  • Amazon beats shareholder revolt over its highly controversial facial recognition system . Read more
  • Train booking website Trainline is to float on the London Stock Exchange for £1.5bn . Read more