Our Awards

Our Awards

Kellands Hale is a multi-award winning Chartered Financial Planning Practice. The awards span the range of the services we offer – from investment advice and tax planning to mortgage advice and outstanding customer care.

We are delighted to have been nominated for the following awards this year:

Moneyfacts – Investment Adviser of the Year 2019 WINNER

Moneyfacts – Tax and Estate Planner of the Year 2019 Finalist

Retirement Planner – Tax and Estate Planner of the Year 2019 Finalist

Retirement Planner – Outstanding Customer Care Award in Retirement Planning 2019 Finalist

Retirement Planner – Best Individual Pensions Advice Firm of the Year 2019 Finalist

 

As a Chartered Financial Planning practice, we are committed to raising standards of knowledge, capability and ethical practice. We recognise the importance of encouraging employees to reach Chartered status throughout the business to ensure that we have the skills and knowledge to deliver the highest quality advice for our clients. At Kellands, the clients’ interests are always at the heart of the advice we give.

We believe our approach helps to differentiate us from our competitors and peers – and the awards we have received bear testimony to that.

A list of some of our awards are detailed below:

2018

Moneyfacts – Investment Adviser of the Year – WINNER

Retirement Planner – Outstanding Customer Service Award - WINNER

Money Marketing Awards – Best Mortgage Advice Firm of the Year - WINNER

Moneyfacts – Tax and Estate Planner of the Year - Finalist

Retirement Planner – Best Individual Pensions Advice Firm of the Year Finalist

Retirement Planner – Best Corporate Pensions Advice Firm of the Year Finalist

 

2017

Moneyfacts – Tax and Estate Planner of the Year - WINNER

Retirement Planner – Best Individual Pensions Advice Firm of the Year Finalist

 

2016

Moneyfacts – Tax and Estate Planner of the Year – Highly Commended

 

For quality financial advice from an award-winning team, contact us today.

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