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Hugh Breach
Hugh Breach

Hugh Breach
Chartered Financial Adviser

I work with a variety of clients to help them achieve their goals through comprehensive financial planning. I provide financial advice across a broad spectrum of areas including retirement planning, investment planning, long-term care funding and inheritance tax mitigation. I am also a long-term care specialist and an accredited member of SOLLA (Society of Later Life Advisers).

I work with a variety of clients to help them achieve their goals through comprehensive financial planning. I provide financial advice across a broad spectrum of areas including retirement planning, investment planning, long-term care funding and inheritance tax mitigation. I am also a long-term care specialist and an accredited member of SOLLA (Society of Later Life Advisers).

Expertise

Financial planning Pensions and retirement planning Investment management Long-term care planning Estate planning and inheritance tax planning Trusts Protection

Qualifications

  • Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning
  • Accredited Member of SOLLA (Society of Later Life Advisers)
  • Certification In Investment Management

Region and method of advice

I am based in Bristol and predominantly work with clients over phone or video call. I can provide in-person meetings across Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.

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Based in South West

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In-person meetings

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Phone and Video call

Region and method of advice

I am based in Bristol and predominantly work with clients over phone or video call. I can provide in-person meetings across Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.


Approach and experience

I adopt a flexible approach to client consultations to work in a way that suits you. Where appropriate, our consultation can be split into several sessions to allow sufficient time to get to know you, understand your current financial position, your views on risk and to consider different investment options. Equally, for more straightforward cases, you may only need one session.

In my experience, some clients like to reflect and consider points raised in conversations before going ahead. I’m always happy to provide written summaries of the points discussed and provide analysis on existing arrangements, including any particular areas of focus, should you find this helpful.

Hugh Breach has been my financial adviser for the last 5 years during a period of stressful and dramatic global events.

Hugh has professionally guided my portfolio through these events by providing professional, balanced and sound financial advice. Positioning my finances for growth and income for now and the future.

Having a financial adviser during these times in particular has made a tremendous difference.

Mrs M Baker

Personal interests

Outside of work I like to remain active and exercise daily. I am a keen runner and footballer whilst also regularly attending the gym. Continuing the sporting theme, I am an avid Newcastle United supporter and regularly make the long trip from Bristol to St James’ Park with my dad. At home, I enjoy spending time with my fiancée and cooking cuisines from across the world.


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