Independent Financial Advisers in Swindon- and beyond

Financial adviser Swinodn

Mather & Murray Financial was established in 2014 by Samuel Mather-Holgate and Steve Murray. After decades working in financial services, they concluded that the current advice model wasn't working for advisers or clients.

With our financial advisory head office based in Swindon, we believe all customers should be able to access quality advice no matter what their circumstances. It's unfortunate that many banks and building societies no longer provide an advice service to their clients, and it's unfair that many independent firms only advise wealthy customers.

We use state of the art technology and services to provide our clients with the best possible advice, treat our customers fairly and provide the best possible service from your adviser. You can access your information and up to date policy information live via our client portal and message your adviser securely and expect a prompt response.

We provide truly holistic independent financial advice and create a lifetime financial plan to secure the best possible future for you and your family.

We have local advisers nationwide, with our head office in Swindon and satellites offices:

  • Financial advisers in London
  • Financial advisers in Birmingham
  • Financial advisers in Manchester
  • Financial advisers in Brighton
  • Financial advisers in Cardiff and Swansea
  • Financial advisers in Cheltenham and Gloucester
  • Financial advisers in Reading
  • Financial advisers in Bristol
  • Financial advisers in Reading
  • Financial advisers in Oxford.

Financial adviser Swindon Mather-Holgate

Our independent financial advisers are happy to see clients in their surrounding areas. Our head office is based in Swindon, Wiltshire and we have access to regional offices so you can choose to see and adviser at your home or place of work or at one of our locations.

Please explore our site and contact us to book a meeting, at no cost to you, to see how one of our advisers can be of help to you.


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