skip to content
Our discretionary investment management services are particularly suited to people who want to be kept up-to-date with their finances, but either do not have the knowledge or expertise to manage their own portfolio - perhaps because they lead busy day-to-day lives or because they are enjoying retirement and wish to travel.
The bespoke discretionary service can be tailored to suit your individual circumstances, objectives and timescales. For instance a portfolio can be constructed to provide regular redemptions to pay for school fees or high levels of income to supplement a pension, or an increased risk profile to try and achieve higher levels of capital growth for when it may be needed in future years. Find out more »
The Value Investment Portfolio (VIP) has an overall objective of medium to long-term creation and preservation of wealth utilising an overall medium level of risk. If you wish to pursue a more individual investment policy then our Bespoke Discretionary Service may be more suitable for your needs. Find out more »
The Collectives Portfolio (TCP) is a managed service which utilises a balanced strategy, incorporating capital growth and income investments. This service may be suitable for individuals with a 'medium' attitude to risk, looking to invest between £5,000 and £40,000. Find out more »
The Inheritance Tax (IHT) Portfolio Service is designed to help limit the effect of inheritance tax without limiting access to and ownership of your capital. By taking advantage of Business Property Relief (BPR) on qualifying shares you can claim 100 per cent tax relief once the portfolio has been held for two years. Find out more »
Redmayne-Bentley have High Street branches throughout the UK. Find your nearest branch.
FX round-up: Safe haven bets fuel yen's advance
12 Mar 2014 06:39
The Japanese yen made headway against major currencies on Tuesday as investors fretted over China's...
US close: Markets finish lower as S&P 500 pulls back from record
12 Mar 2014 06:38
China, Ukraine concerns weigh on stocks; S&P pulls back from Friday's record; Fannie Mae, Freddie...