About Us

About Us

Kellands (Bristol) Limited is a well-established firm that has been providing independent financial advice in Bristol and the South-West for nearly 30 years.

As independent financial advisers (IFAs), our aim is to provide ongoing financial solutions to new as well as existing discerning clients, both individuals and businesses, who are seeking the best quality financial advice.

Being independent means that we can advise you on the whole range of financial and insurance products available in the market. We are not restricted in choice.

Kellands Bristol has also been accredited as a Chartered Financial Planning practice. This prestigious designation has demanding qualification criteria and demonstrates to our clients that we operate to the highest standards, with an ongoing commitment to professional qualifications and ethical good practice.

What differentiates Kellands Bristol from our competitors is the care and attention we offer throughout our business relationship with our clients. Understanding your lifestyle requirements, aspirations and objectives is the key starting point in our financial planning process.

The foundation for our success and longevity in the industry is that we treat all our clients the same way with integrity and the utmost professionalism.  We continually strive to improve our service and provide the highest level of care and attention to your financial needs, as demonstrated by our Chartered Financial Planner status.

Choosing an independent financial adviser is probably one of the most important decisions that you will have to make during your lifetime. Right from our first initial consultation, we seek to work with you to build a long term financial strategy that is designed to meet your current and future financial objectives.

So if you require financial advice for the first time or are seeking a second opinion, why not talk to Kellands Bristol?  Contact us now to find out how together we can help you plan your financial future.

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July 21, 2017

Report shows the value of financial advice

A recent research report shows that those who receive financial advice are on average around £40,000 better off than those… Read more