NW Brown Group Limited

NW Brown Group Limited

NW Brown offers bespoke wealth management and employee benefit services to individuals, corporate bodies and not-for-profit organisations.

Telephone: 01223 357131
Address: Richmond House, 16-20 Regent Street, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1DB
Country: United Kingdom
Website: https://www.nwbrown.co.uk/
Membership type:Founder Member

We understand that every client we look after is different. We take time to understand every individual, and tailor our services accordingly. Working from offices in Cambridge and Norwich for our clients from all over the UK, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide sensible, clearly articulated, professional advice and management. We look to build long term, close working relationships with our clients in order to provide them, and often their children and grandchildren, with support through every aspect of their financial lives.

Other NW Brown contacts listed below

Investment management: Contact: Colin Manktelow 01223 720228 colin.manktelow@nwbrown.co.uk

Financial/Retirement planning: Contact: Paul Fox 01223 720348 paul.fox@nwbrown.co.uk

SIPP and SSAS: Contact: Monika Likaite 01223 720217 monika.likaite@nwbrown.co.uk

Employee benefits: Contact: Lyn Turner 01223 720216 lyn.turner@nwbrown.co.uk

The following subsidiary of NW Brown Group Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority to provide regulated services: NW Brown & Company Limited (191123).

Financial Services

Bespoke wealth management and employee benefit services to individuals, corporate bodies and not-for-profit organisations.

Cambridge Index rises 1.7%

After weeks of political squabbling, Eurozone leaders agreed on a rescue package for Greece, which includes assistance from the IMF as well as bilateral loans from fellow euro-member states, sending the global equity markets higher for the fourth consecutive week. The Cambridge Index climbed 1.7% or 120.17 points to 7,141.1.

30 March 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 1.6%

Global equity markets enjoyed another positive week, as recent decisions by US Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan and Central Bank of Brazil signalled further loosening of monetary policies and abundant liquidity. The Cambridge Index climbed 1.6% or 113.9 points to 7,020.9.

24 March 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 2.0%

Global equity markets continued their upward momentum, drawing support from strong growth in Chinese exports and factory output, and a broad easing of concerns about sovereign defaults. The Cambridge Index rose 2.0% or 134.2 points to 6,907.0.

17 March 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 7.5%

Global equity markets staged a modest rally during the week, as new austerity measures announced by Greece boosted hopes that the European Union would eventually come to its rescue, and positive US data added to the evidence that the global economic recovery is on the right track. The Cambridge Index surged 7.5% or 470.6 points to 6,772.8.

9 March 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 0.1%

Notwithstanding the US Federal Reserve’s decision to keep interest rates at a record low level for an extended period, global equity markets came under selling pressure, amid weak consumer sentiment in the developed economies. The Cambridge Index rose 0.1% or 7.5 points to 6,302.2.

3 March 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 2.1%

The Cambridge Index gained 2.1% or 128.4 points to 6,294.7, as seven of the top 10 index heavyweight stocks recorded healthy returns.

24 February 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index falls 1.2%

Notwithstanding China’s attempt to rein in bank lending, global equity markets turned positive after several weeks, encouraged by help for debt laden Greece, and a batch of positive global economic data that included upbeat Australian jobs report, strong bank-lending figures in China and improving job market conditions in the US.

17 February 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 1.5%

Global equity markets declined during the week, as investors continued to shed risky assets, after cost of insuring debt against a default by the governments of Greece, Portugal and Spain soared to new highs. The Cambridge Index rose 1.5% or 89.8 points to 6,243.1.

11 February 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 1.2%

Global equity markets declined during the week ending the month of January on a disappointing note, as worries over possible withdrawal of stimulus measures by various countries affected sentiment and surging Greek bond yields triggered a flight from riskier assets. The Cambridge Index rose 1.2% or 70.1 points to 6,153.3.

3 February 2010Read in full

Cambridge Index falls 2.5%

Most of the global equity markets erased their 2010 gains, as investors were caught up in a bearish mood set off by Barack Obama’s proposals to regulate large banks, China’s move to curb bank lending and renewed Greek sovereign debt worries. The Cambridge Index fell 2.5% or 158.7 points to 6,083.2.

27 January 2010Read in full

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14/02/2019

Financial Planner

As a result of expansion we currently have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Financial Planner to join our team based ...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: Competitive
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