NW Brown Group Limited

NW Brown Group Limited

As one of the leading financial services groups in East Anglia we provide expert, bespoke, professional advice to personal and corporate clients in the Eastern region and beyond.

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Address: Richmond House, 16-20 Regent Street, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1DB
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.nwbrown.co.uk
Membership type:Founder Member (£5,000+VAT pa)

As one of the leading financial services groups in East Anglia we provide expert, bespoke, professional advice to personal and corporate clients in the Eastern region and beyond. Whilst all our clients are different, they all enjoy the benefits that only truly independent advice can bring. We are able to cover the entire market and have the ability to access a complete range of investment options, products and advice.

At NW Brown you will find all the knowledge and expertise you need to achieve your financial objectives. Whether it is to create a bespoke investment strategy, an employee benefit programme or to find the right pension or mortgage product, we take the time to understand what you need and to provide solutions that are realistic and cost-effective. 

Working from offices in Cambridge and Norwich, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide sensible advice and management. We can do this because the business is independently owned. We are used to putting the interests of the clients first. 

Other NW Brown contacts listed below

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

 Financial/ Retirement planning: Contact: Lyn Turner 01223 720216 / lyn.turner@nwbrown.co.uk

SIPP and SSAS: Contact: Andy Stowers 01223 720319 / andy.stowers@nwbrown.co.uk

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

Mortgages: Contact:  Lyn Turner 01223 720216 /lyn.turner@nwbrown.co.uk

Financial Services

A full range of financial services for private and corporate clients.

Points of View: Elections

Points of View: Elections

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown focuses on how the markets are reacting to election news.

26 April 2017Read in full

Cambridge Index plunges 2.6%

Cambridge Index plunges 2.6%

The Cambridge index lost 2.6% or 595.6 points to settle at 22,268.2, as eight out of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly losses

25 April 2017Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Smith & Nephew

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown looks at Smith & Nephew, a leading UK-based global manufacturer of medical devices, following a transitional year bringing the business back to growth

19 April 2017Read in full

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Cambridge Index edges up 0.7%

The Cambridge Index advanced 0.7% or 150.4 points to end at 22,863.9, as Index heavyweights such as DS Smith, Greene King and Abcam posted weekly gains.

18 April 2017Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Hilton Food Group

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown looks into Hilton Food Group, further to its recently published full year results for 2016.

12 April 2017Read in full

100417_The Cambridge & FTSE AIM 100 Index Movement

Cambridge Index slides 0.4%

The Cambridge Index lost 0.4% or 98.4 points to settle at 22,713.5, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey and DS Smith posted weekly losses to their share prices.

11 April 2017Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: GlaxoSmithKline

This week Oliver Phillips looks at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) following the appointment of a new Chief Executive, Emma Walmsley, on Monday (3 April).

5 April 2017Read in full

030417_The Cambridge & FTSE AIM 100 Index Movement

Cambridge Index gains 1.5%

The Cambridge Index advanced 1.5% or 332.9 points to finish at 22,811.9, as seven of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

4 April 2017Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: BT

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown focuses on BT.

29 March 2017Read in full

270317_The Cambridge & FTSE AIM 100 Index Movement

Cambridge Index slides 1.5%

The Cambridge index lost 1.5% or 338.7 points to settle at 22,479, as seven of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

28 March 2017Read in full

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Spotlight on Change Breakfast Seminar

16 May 2017The Trinity Centre, 24 Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0FN

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