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Advisory stockbroking service

If you take an active interest in the stock market and want to manage your own portfolio but need expert investment advice, our advisory stockbroking service is right for you.

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How does our advisory stockbroking service work?

With our advisory stockbroking service, we aim to build a lasting relationship with you in order to provide you with quality investment ideas based firmly on your personal objectives, attitude to risk and level of knowledge. Then, periodically, we will help you assess your investments to make sure they are still suitable for you.

We begin by carrying out a full suitability assessment. Armed with this important information, our stockbrokers can ensure the advice they give you is appropriately tailored to your individual needs and circumstances.

We also use a third-party risk analysis tool to add an extra layer of governance to our risk management framework. Our aim is to give you the peace of mind that comes with working with an experienced Stockbroker while allowing you to stay in control of your investments.

How will my stockbroker provide me with ideas?

Our advice is based on top-quality multi-asset research by our industry-leading teams. We use a committee-based approach to drive our investment process, with each committee focusing on a specific asset class.

Our investment process comprises 70 experienced individuals drawn from around the group who monitor and oversee our approved investment lists. They use our latest in-house research as well as other trustworthy external research.

We also have the competitive advantage of using Quest®, Canaccord Genuity’s proprietary analytical tool, which is only licensed to institutional investors.

How can I check my investments?

You will receive a clearly laid-out valuation report each quarter with a market commentary from our Chief Investment Officer, either by post or online, the choice is yours.

You can also view your account online at any time, no matter where you are, through our easy-to-use Wealth Online portal and app, including your investments, statements and historical valuations.

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Keeping you informed

Why market falls or market volatility can provide a great opportunity for investors

Our Chief Investment Officer, Michel Perera talks about why market falls and volatility could provide an opportunity for investors if the economic fundamentals are in place. 

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Transferring wealth to the next generation – what to consider

How do you want your children or favourite cause to benefit from your wealth? How can you ensure your wishes will be fulfilled? Even if you have plans in place, are your heirs prepared? Here we explore how you can make sure your money is transferred to the next generation as you would wish.

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Five months on from March’s stock market crash - what are the questions investors are asking right now?

Read the summary of our open call in which our Chief Investment Officer, Michel Perera answers our clients' questions on the current market and what the future outlook may be.

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Looking for offshore services?

We have offices in Guernsey, Isle of Man and Jersey.

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Some of our stockbroking experts

If you would like to know how our stockbroking team can help, please get in touch. We will be delighted to provide more details of our services.

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Philip Miles

Investment Director

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Alex Whiting

Investment Director

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Tony Tharian

Investment Director

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IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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