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Welcome to Designer Wealth Management

Would you feel reassured, if during times of change in the economy, stock market or with property prices, you had planned ahead; with the aim of not only to survive, but also with a chance to thrive? 

What if you could protect your assets, but also embrace the very environment that was creating all the fear you see around you?

We help clients and their families create multi-generational wealth to help towards:

► Living an uncompromising lifestyle

► Building a legacy of wealth for their children

► Endowing the education of their grandchildren, and

► Having the ability to provide quality care to one's parents in their later years

At Designer Wealth Management, established in 1989, we believe that the ability to provide high-quality technical advice is just the start.

We consider a financial master plan will inspire and motivate you, answering all your questions such as “Will I have enough money to do all the things I want to do?” and “Am I doing everything I should be doing with my money?”

Of course, we will look at your pensions, investments and every other aspect of your financial planning; but more than that, we will give you a clear vision of your future without the stress that comes from worrying about money.

We will partner with you over the long term, giving you and your family the support and advice you all need, now and in the future, to really live life to the full.

The value of your investments and any income from them may fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. You may get back less than you invested. 

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