About Us

 

Company Profile

Every adviser at Bingham-Woods IFA is qualified in their own field and will concentrate on the key areas that matter to you most. The result is clear: you'll benefit from impartial advice and can take advantage of intelligent solutions for all your financial needs in the process. Whatever your area of financial need we will be able to help, guide and assist you.

We listen to you and help you plan

All our advisers are actively encouraged to achieve additional qualifications in their chosen area of financial planning, with the ultimate aim being the achievement of Chartered Financial Planner status. However, our experience is not just demonstrated via academic qualifications, but through years of client understanding.

Enjoy a fulfilling relationship with your money

We see ourselves as being here to help to take you through lifes financial journey.  Our aim is to develop relationships with our clients that last many years. Part of our customer promise is to treat clients as we would want to be treated ourselves and this is a major part of our ethos.

Outstanding levels of service

At Bingham-Woods we actively survey our clients on our performance and react to the results. Our business is built upon our reputation and the recommendations we receive from our clients, so it's in our best interests to excel in the service we provide.

Bingham-Woods & our clients

All clients of Bingham-Woods Independent Financial Advisers will benefit from:

  • Qualified professionals advisors
  • Exceptional customer service
  • A collaborative approach with our professional connections in accountancy and legal advice
  • A forward thinking and bespoke approach to investment and asset allocation
  • Regular meetings to review the progress of your holdings

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

All of our services are available at our offices in Spalding and Holbeach or by way of home visits dependent on your circumstances.


Meet The Team

  • Jonathan Bingham - Director - Independent Financial Adviser
  • Scott Woods - Director - Independent Financial Adviser
  • Kaye Bunn - Practice Manager
  • Heather Doubleday - Administration Manager
  • Claire Shinkin - Office Manager (Holbeach)
  • Kat May - Office Administrator
  • Barbara Smith - Office Administrator
  • Isaac Graves - Financial Services Trainee
  • Fary Barekat - Independent Financial Adviser
  • Ian Swift - Independent Financial Adviser
  • Emma Selfe - Mortgage Manager - Whole of Market Mortgage Adviser
  • Ben Coddington - Whole of Market Mortgage Adviser
  • Alison Leeton - Mortgage Administrator
  • David Robinson - Adviser Support & Compliance Manager

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