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Succession: Your guide to passing on your wealth

How you pass on your wealth and plan your succession can be, ultimately, the way you maximise and preserve your legacy. But it’s often a complex journey when walked alone.

Hayley Hamer, Financial Planner, tells us what to consider when planning to pass on our wealth.

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Hayley Hamer

Regional Head of Wealth Planning (South)

Hayley is one of our regional Wealth Planning leaders, with over 25 years’ experience in financial services. She advises on investments, pensions, inheritance tax/estate planning and financial protection and is a recognised specialist in dealing with vulnerable clients providing sympathetic yet practical support. She is also one of our Vulnerability Champions.


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Investment involves risk and you may not get back what you invest. It’s not suitable for everyone.

Investment involves risk and is not suitable for everyone.