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Established in 1875, Redmayne-Bentley is one of the UK's largest independently owned stockbrokers. The Firm is a member of the London Stock Exchange and the Wealth Management Association (WMA) and is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Our execution-only share dealing service is simple, cost-effective and efficient. Most deals can be completed immediately over the telephone - alternatively you can deal in person at your local Redmayne-Bentley office.
We offer Advisory and Discretionary investment management services allowing you to entrust your day-to-day running to an experienced investment manager or take control of your investments whilst benefiting from our advice and expertise.
A novel approach to new business
29 Sep 2016
“Not confused, but curious …” In a TV news bulletin, a photo of Prince Andrew and his new bride Sarah Ferguson in the background, this was how Keith Loudon described the reaction to his firm,...
Bank of England begins corporate bond purchase programme
26 Sep 2016
From tomorrow (September 27th) the Bank of England (BoE) will start its corporate bond purchase programme, which will last for an “initial” period of 18 months.
Redmayne-Bentley welcomes two new recruits to Henley team
26 Sep 2016
Investment management firm Redmayne-Bentley has welcomed the addition of two new investment managers to its Henley-on-Thames office.
Investments and income arising from them can fall in value and you may get back less than you originally invested. The services and investments referred to in this website may not be suitable for all private investors; before taking any action based upon this website you should consult ourselves or an independent adviser.
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Redmayne-Bentley have High Street branches throughout the UK. Find your nearest branch.
FTSE 100 Today 30/09/2016 16:35
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