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 gains 0.7%

Cambridge Index gains 0.7%

The Cambridge index rose 202.6 points or 0.7% to close at 28,192.2, as the top four index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices. Numis Securities reiterated its “Buy” rating on Johnson Matthey, up 1.1%. Deutsche Bank reissued its “Buy” rating on the stock. Berenberg restated its “Sell” rating on Greene King, down 6.4%.

24 July 2018Read in full

Pension contributions and sick pay

Pension contributions and sick pay

NW Brown often gets asked what happens to pension contributions when an employee is in receipt of statutory sick pay (SSP).

23 July 2018Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Greene King Plc

This week Trina Yates of NW Brown looks at the impact that England’s recent success at the World Cup, and the UK’s unusually long spell of warm weather has had on the pub sector, and specifically Greene King.

18 July 2018Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Franklin UK Mid Cap Fund

This week Harry Scargill of NW Brown looks at Franklin UK Mid Cap Fund, a fund which focuses on investing in what the managers believe to be the best investment opportunities in the FTSE 250 index.

11 July 2018Read in full

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Cambridge Index falls 1.9%

The Cambridge Index declined 524.7 points or 1.9% to close at 27,680.1, as the top three Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

10 July 2018Read in full

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Points of View: UK market review

This week Jason Butler of NW Brown takes a look back over the period since 1 January and considers the relative attractions of the UK market.

4 July 2018Read in full

Tuition fees: school books and piggy bank

Financial planning for school fees

Several studies have found that over the past couple of decades, private school fees rose more than twice as fast as consumer prices or average salaries.

4 July 2018Read in full

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Cambridge Index drops 2.9%

The Cambridge Index eased 2.9% or 849.6 points to settle at 28204.8, as seven of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

3 July 2018Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust Plc

This week Danielle Gibson of NW Brown looks at Aberforth Smaller Companies, a UK-focused investment trust that invests predominantly in smaller quoted companies.

27 June 2018Read in full

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Cambridge Index falls 1.3%

The Cambridge Index declined 1.3% or 377.1 points to settle at 29,054.4, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey and DS Smith posted weekly losses to their share prices.

26 June 2018Read in full

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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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