About Key 2 Financial Solutions

Key 2 Financial Solutions Ltd is a small independent firm of professional, yet friendly down to earth independent financial advisers who provide personal and professional services to private and corporate clients. Key 2 Financial Solutions Ltd does not have any ties to banks, insurance companies or networks. We act solely on behalf of our clients. This means that we can offer our clients unbiased financial advice, based on their needs and aspirations from products and services from the whole market.

The advisers at Key 2 Financial Solutions Ltd are committed to providing you with high quality, independent, unbiased financial advice in a professional yet friendly down to earth manner. We take great care to ensure that we care for you and understand your needs and concerns.

Key 2 Financial Solutions’ success is built on securing long term professional relationships with our clients and we promise to be on hand to maintain a high level of service for many years into the future. Good quality financial planning is not just a one off affair. People’s circumstances, needs and aspirations change over time. We believe that effective financial planning needs ongoing, regular, professional advice therefore we agree regular financial reviews.

Keeping 'up to date' with current financial matters is something we continually strive to do and all our staff are continually being professionally developed as industry changes occur.

We adopt a policy of treating all of our clients fairly and it is important to us to carefully assess our client’s individual needs and aspirations. It is only after speaking or meeting with our clients and reviewing their circumstances that we may make a recommendation of any products and services that match their needs. We take every step necessary to ensure your financial goals are met. We are regulated by the Financial Services Authority which means our clients can feel that they are in safe hands.

We offer a free initial consultation to new clients. We are confident that the services we provide will add value and the advice we give will benefit them.

Why not contact us to find out more.

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