Welcome to Ravensbourne Financial Consultancy

Ravensbourne Financial Consultancy is a financial advice practice that has built a reputation for providing evidence based solutions to help clients achieve their goals whether creating, growing, preserving, benefiting from or distributing their wealth.

Originally founded by Principals John Styles and Nora Martinez in 2000, Ravensbourne Financial has built strong relationships within their local community based on mutual respect and trust.

Ravesnbourne Financial owes it’s success to an ethos instilled and embraced by all members of the team, made up of a strong willingness to help, empathy, thoughtfulness, thoroughness and confidentiality. In a very personal business, what sets us apart is an attitude that is welcoming, warm, approachable, patient and helpful.

As a small practice, with the backing of a large organisation and all the resources it offers, we have all the advantages of a client facing philosophy: close relationships, delivery of a highly personalised service and direct accountability.

Although we can access a comprehensive range of protection, mortgage and investment products, our approach is that products are not sold, but simply used as tools to achieve outcomes that clients seek.

That new clients come from word of mouth is testimony to the importance we place on understanding people first.

Our clients range from those who are starting their careers and whose ideas of where they want to be are just developing, to those who are retired and know what they want to do with their accumulated wealth.

Our mission is to help clients plan towards achieving long term financial security for themselves and their
family.

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