JM Finn news

We have had a presence in Yorkshire since 2002, when we hired eight investment managers to help us establish a presence in the North of England.

The Affordable Art Fair roared back to life earlier this year with JM Finn partnering a new fair in Hampstead.

It has been with a sense of relief that we have been able to see our clients in person again, some having not been met physically for over two years.

We are proud to announce that JM Finn has won several important industry awards in 2022, providing an important testament to the hard work of our staff over the last few years.

We encourage our staff to engage in their communities and actively seek to support organisations in our local community.

JM Finn recognise that a work-life balance is essential for employee growth, personal happiness and productivity.

JM Finn participated in the Future Frontiers scheme, giving career guidance to young people in the UK.

The Affordable Art Fair roared back to life in 2021 with art lovers from across the country making sure that attendance figures did not disappoint.

As many readers will know, we conducted a client survey in the summer of 2021, our third such survey, in order that we get a better understanding of how our clients feel we are meeting their goals.  

JM Finn was delighted to have won the award for Medium to Large Wealth Management Firm of the Year from MoneyAge.

We are delighted and extremely proud of Alexander Gulliford and Karen Lau for both being named in the Citywealth Future Leaders awards.

JM Finn partnered with Delen Private Bank in 2011, to celebrate the 10 year anniversary the Prospects editorial team put some questions to Jan Suykens.

In November, the final members of staff moved into our new London headquarters at 25 Copthall Avenue.

Many readers will have read last edition’s report about Head of Research, John Royden’s attempts to swim the length of Lake Geneva.